Replay, an intimate, moving and ultimately uplifting new monologue, written by Nicola Wren will be presented by Dug Out Theatre at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
When a fiercely independent, workaholic police officer finds herself on the street where her brother once lived, she is propelled back to her vibrant childhood and forced to confront his tragic suicide. Flooded with memories of the times they spent together, she remembers the wonderment with which she used to see the world.
Flooded with memories of the times they spent together, she remembers the wonderment with which she used to see the world.
Heart, honesty and humour are at the core of this moving play in which Wren (501 Things I Do In My Bedroom) explores what it is to grow up, accept loss, be vulnerable and celebrate the past, however painful.
Replay is written and performed by Nicola Wren, directed by George Chilcott, sound by Max Perryment, lighting by Tom Kitney and designed by Jen McGinley.
Pleasance Courtyard (Bunker One) from 2nd August at 14:15 (not 15th).