The House That Melts with The Rain

19:30, 06 May

by Jennifer Adam
directed by Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir

How do we cope in a world of increased incidents of National Security? What impact can this have on our mental health?

A play about a woman who refuses to leaver her home, despite it visibly disintegrating around her. It explores how we can be affected by what we see in the news, the impact that can have on our mental state, the role the media plays in contributing to instilling fear and uncertainty and ultimately how we can find hope through the clouds.

This is a reading of a new play by emerging playwright Jennifer Adam, featuring Kirsty McIntyre and Vivien Reid and is directed by Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir. Produced by Lisa Nicoll.

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