Seven students find themselves sitting waiting for their therapist to enter, assigned to a session of group therapy by the University they attend. Slowly, stories begin to unravel as rumours spread fast and hidden secrets don't stay hidden for long. Led subtly by their group therapist Thomas, the group are given free rein to argue, accuse and act on impulse as tensions rise from past scars never truly healed. As true colours are finally revealed, the group each battle for their own catharsis and chase a need to finally be mentally free.
This is a rehearsed reading of a new play by Michelle Crees.
This production is suitable for ages 16 and over.
Thu 7 March at 8:00pm
r*pe and/or sexual assault; self-harm and/or other intentional self-injury; mental illness
The ADC Theatre is Britain's oldest University playhouse, today administered and maintained by the University of Cambridge. Plays have been presented on the site since 1855, when the Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club (CUADC) was founded, and the society met and performed in the back room of the Hoop Inn, which stood almost exactly where the ADC Theatre stands today. Today, the ADC Theatre is the centre of University drama in Cambridge, run almost entirely by students with no Faculty involvement.
The Larkum Studio is accessed through the far side of the ADC Bar.
This venue is wheelchair accessible. More information can be viewed here.