Part of NOTHING TO SEE HERE - 4 nights of contemporary performance exploring our bodies, our selves and how we treat humans in the 21st century.
Performed by Adam Pownall & Kitty Randle
Adam Pownall woke up to find his body shutting down. Unable to walk, talk or blink and nobody knew why...
When Guillain Barré Syndrome affected Adam it caused full paralysis within days. Getting Better Slowly tells the story of his illness through a creative collision of new writing, verbatim accounts, sound and movement. How does it feel when your closest relationship is with the illness that's holding you back? Adam's frank and moving account of how he dealt with GBS and the two years he spent recovering - including months spent learning how to walk and talk again - explores the relationship we all have with our bodies and our health.
Telling his story with warmth, humour and honesty, and explaining how GBS is still part of his life, he invites audiences to consider how they would deal with an unexpected illness or accident affecting them or someone they love.
Recommended for ages 11+ (occasional strong language & scenes that some might find distressing)
Running time: 65 minutes + post-show Q&A in the Circle Bar after the show (free to all ticket holders)
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Full price: £12.00**
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**Multibuy discounts for booking for more than one NOTHING TO SEE HERE 2017 to be confirmed.
Creative Producer/Performer: Adam Pownall
Director: Tilly Branson
Movement Director: Marc Brew
Writer: Nick Wood
Performer: Kitty Randle
Associate Dramaturg: Luca Rutherford
Sound Design: Adam P. McCready
Designer: Kate Unwin
Photography: Robert Day
Videography: Swainson Productions
Research & Development Support from Arts Council England
Commissioned by GAIN Charity, Core Lincolnshire One Venues & Lincoln Drill Hall
With support from ARC Stockton, Deda Derby & In Good Company
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