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What Goes On in Front of Closed Doors

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It’s amazing, how certain you can be about things going one way and then, a couple of decisions later, they end up somewhere completely different.

How do you actually get to the point of losing your home? And once you're out there, where are you going to go? And how do you get back on your feet? Are you in danger? Today, you're finally going to meet Molly.

Emma Bentley (To She or Not to She) returns to the Burton Taylor Studio following a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a new show about how everyone is only a few steps away from homelessness.

Emma Bentley - Co-writer & Performer

Calum Finlay - Co-writer & Director

Phil Hewitt - Sound & Lighting Designer

Anna Souter - Set Designer

Anna Beecher - Dramaturg

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Age guideline: 14+

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