Alaska is a funny, magical trip to the moon, with singing and dancing thrown in: one womans extraordinary story of how she survived growing up with severe depression.
Alaska, the one-woman-show, is inspired by writer-performer Cheryl Martins poetry collection, longlisted for the 2015 Polari Prize.
'I called the show ALASKA after a line in a Lou Reed song, Caroline Says II, that goes Its so cold in Alaska. I chose that because most of the time my emotions seem numb, frozen. Then something happens and they wake up.'
A raw and powerful performance, with humour, heart and soul, with stunning vocals and beautiful imagery in the storytelling. With one in four of us estimated to experience mental health difficulties at sometime in our lives, this is a story that touches everyone, whether first-hand or through family and friends.
'It is a devastatingly beautiful show, poetic narrative and heart achingly profound... absolutely pioneering people should go' Chanje Kunda, performance poet and artist, Manchester Theatre Awards Nominee.
'I was really impressed mature and complex work that was being rigorously thought and talked about'Richard Gregory, Quarantine
'In order to be beautiful, you need to be brave' The British Theatre Guide
Ticket Prices and Information
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- 6 Oxford Street,
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