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Little Fish swim in dark waters, girls shrink to the size of matchboxes, and a blind creature sings deep in the woods... Cici lives through her stories. Jamie loves to listen to them. But their fairy-tale world is shattered when sister, Claire - a reality TV
Archive :: production:T885727386, play:S1905210269, venue:V1199
2325theatre present a funny and poignant fairytale for grown-ups. Performed in an intimate traverse setting, Little Fish tells the tale of three siblings who can’t grow up. Storytelling, celebrity obsession and ghosts from the past are all woven together to create this dark and touching play. Previous versions of Little Fish have been given a rehearsed reading at the Foundry in Old Street, performed as part of the Lost Theatre Festival at the Tabard Theatre and most recently at the Camden People’s Theatre as part of their work in progress event Scenepool. Please note this Production is suitable for young people over 15.
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