The story of the 2002 Cowgate fire is told through the lives of 3 fragile lives shattered by the event.
‘Succinct’ – Paul Vale of ‘The Stage’
Etcetera Theatre, Camden High Street – July 30th 12.30 – £7 (£5) Book Now
Flames burn for 52 hours after a spark devastates a city.
A young girl goes missing, destroying the lives she touches as the safe places she once hid in crumble.
‘Personal, beautiful and heartfelt’ – Audience Comment
personal, beautiful and heartfelt
Abbi Douetil – Mila (above)
Sean Huddlestan – Max
Jenny Rowe – Emily
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When an explosion rips open Edinburgh’s Grassmarket, vulnerable lives fracture.
Mila’s foster mother clings to the wreckage of a burnt out caravan and searches for her.
When Mila’s foster father is released from prison the city is in melt down. His daughter is missing.
Her foster mother knows the girl is being stalked but refuses to speak to Police.
Mila runs away and tries to remain safe by giving her stalker the slip in cafe toilets.
Fringe shows fill the city making it hard to spot a dangerous face in the crowd. Can Mila be found in time?
Writer/Director – Lita Doolan
Lighting – Laura Bradley
Design – Johney Fatimaharan
Film – Arco Parkin
Costume – Jo at http://www.stylemistresslondon.com
Below – Stockwell Playhouse Cast – Jessica Rose, George Turner, Abbi Douetil
Rehearsal pictures from previous production:
George Turner – Max
Jessica Rose – Emily
Rehearsal pictures from ‘Time for Tea’:
Tea time will never be the same again.
‘Succinct’ – Paul Vale of the Stage
See this July 30th 12.30 Etcetera Theatre, Camden Fringe
Selected for Stockwell Playhouse One Act Festival
This play was part of London’s longest running one act festival