All the Little Lights

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I know you want what everyone else wants. A family. A home. But you’ll never have it. Cos of what’s inside you.

Joanne and Lisa were like sisters. Then Lisa left. Now they have one last night to salvage their friendship. But will ghosts from the past haunt them forever?

Poignant, moving and darkly funny, this award-winning new play tells the searing story of three girls slipping through the cracks in society. In a world where nobody wants you, what would you do to survive?

 

Presented by Fifth Word and Nottingham Playhouse

By Jane Upton

Book Tickets

The performance on Wed 29 Mar will be followed by a post-show talk with the cast and writer.

Age guideline: 14+

  • Brave and timely
       
    Stage
  • This is deeply affecting work on a too-urgent subject
       
    Exeunt Magazine

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