FLOOD

Written By Tom Hartwell 

Directed by Georgie Staight

 
 

SYNOPSIS

LET'S RAISE A GLASS, BECAUSE THAT WAS ALL THIS FAMILY WAS EVER GOOD AT DOING ...

Adam is drowning. His small village has flooded and his loved ones have all moved closer to the capital in search of something better.

Stranded on an island of nostalgia, whiskey bottle in hand, Adam is forced to confront his future when those closest to him return after his mother's death. Upon their arrival, repressed truths and unsettling secrets are revealed. 

Flood is a humane portrayal of a group of friends struggling to define themselves beyond the confines of their home town.

Flood is the debut show by Paper Creatures Theatre and was performed at The Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe 2017.

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REVIEWS

★★★★★

"Wonderfully slick and heartfelt".

Millennial London

★★★★★

"A phenomenal debut play".

Mind The Blog

★★★★1/2

"Funny script and strong, multi - layered performances".

Always Time For Theatre

★★★★

"Not to be missed".

The Upcoming

 "Funny & heartwarming".

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