Stream: Two New Plays, is a show that explores the ebb and flow at the very core of being human. Written by emerging female writers, Salmon and Mom Bob, plunge beneath the deceptively still surface and unravel the changing tides and relentless torrents beneath. 

SALMON by Constance Eldon McCaig and Eva Lily 

Set in a small Scottish town, where a lack of prospects leaves the young people looking for more, Salmon follows Angus and his self-destruction in the aftermath of his dog's death. 

As Angus struggles between the weekend raves and week day restlessness, we are swept a long into a world where dogs run security businesses, flies talk, and nothing is quite what it seems.

Salmon blends spoken word, music and surrealism as it asks of it's audience; why is it so hard to admit you're not okay. 

MOM BOB by Jane Hancock

Claire finds herself at her wits end as she processes the changing tides of her life and the experices that brought her here, to this duck pond in Central Park, New York City. 

MOM BOB examines the relationship between (biological) mother and child. The identity wrapped around that relationship, and how we react to being needed, or not needed.

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Production Details

Run Time:

  • Act One: 45 mins

  • Act Two: 35 mins

Age Restrictions:

  • Under 12



  • Tue 9th Apr 2019 - 7:30 pm

  • Wed 10th Apr 2019 - 7:30 pm

  • Thu 11th Apr 2019 - 7:30 pm

  • Fri 12th Apr 2019 - 7:30 pm

  • Sat 13th Apr 2019 - 7:30 pm

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