one hundred tiny horses
Join us for a rehearsed reading of a new play by Rose Williams.
Eighteen year old Edie returns home from University on the eve of an operation to remove a large birthmark from her face. Her mother and her aunt offer very different forms of support and encouragement as she grapples with the uncertainty surrounding her decision.
‘one hundred tiny horses’ explores how the stories told about us shape us, and asks whether there's such a thing as good advice or is it safer to say nothing at all?
ADMISSION IS FREE BUT PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT TO ENSURE ENTRY
After the rehearsed reading we will have a brief Q&A with the audience which we would love you to stay for. Then come and join us for a drink in the pub afterwards!
Theatre Company Reviews:
"At least she’s not sneaking a sideways glance at me, and pretending she doesn’t see this." - Edie, one hundred tiny horses
"Edie, I don’t know where… where this is coming from, but this is important… if I’ve ever made you feel that way, it was not my intention. If I intended anything, it was to be... neutral." - Mother, one hundred tiny horses