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|Other spaces: Lyceum Theatre, Crucible Theatre, Studio|
|From||13th September 2019|
|Opened||18th September 2019|
|To||28th September 2019|
|When||19:45. Thu,Sat Mats 14:15|
|What is currently on at Sheffield Theatres (V962)|
Reasons to Stay Alive
This play with music and movement, imagined for the stage by Jonathan Watkins, celebrates what it means to be alive. At 24 Matt's world collapsed under the weight of depression. This is the true story of his journey out of crisis; a profoundly uplifting exploration of living and loving better. The first theatrical adaptation of Matt Haig's frank and funny bestseller.
Archive :: production:T976136978, play:S0454350091, venue:V962
World Premiere Studio
- 21 Sep 19 Captioned
- 26 Sep 19 Audio Described
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