Stowmarket IP14 1ET
Meet Jas, an ordinary seventeen year old girl who loves music and social media. But she’s got a big secret – she’s a young carer for her mother and older sister.
Freefall is a new production which fuses movement, theatre, and digital arts, and has been developed with young carers from across East Anglia.
The play highlights the difficulties faced by young carers every day in the UK, and raises the profile of support and services available to these young people.
“This has encouraged our school to think of new ways to support our Young Carers”
“A thought-provoking & well-pitched piece.”
Age Guidance 11yrs+
Doors open at 6.30pm, performance starts at 7pm.
Please note that this is a seated event, with seats unallocated (no restricted views).
Freefall will be touring to venues and schools in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, and Hertfordshire in February and March 2017. Working with Suffolk Family Carers, Carers in Hertfordshire & Centre33.
Get the full details at: freefalltour.uk
Director – Stuart Mullins
Writer – Ann Reynolds
Performer – Kirsty Jackson
Sound Designer – Simon McCorry
Stage Management – Stephen Robinson
Film Creation – Mark Finbow
Stage Designer – Fiona Rigler
Choreographer – Helen Parlor
We are thankful for our venues and supporters –
Arts Council England, Big Lottery Fund, Unity Theatre Trust, Welwyn Hatfield District Council and St Albans District Council, and 1Life.
Please note that this event has not been organised by the John Peel Centre, and as such all aspects of it are the responsibility of the organisers who have hired the venue for this evening.