It's late to be bringing in the harvest...

Ron’s combine thunders its way across hills of farmland, scooping up nearly-rotten barley under the gaze of its headlamps. Had the night been brighter, it’s likely Ron would have missed the muted bloom of light above. As it is, he notices the burst of hydraulic steam and hears the unnatural throb of an N37 pulling back hard on everything. It’s about time she learned to land more elegantly. She’s had plenty of time to practice.

A story of friendship across decades, futurism and sustainability, charting how little can change in fifty years and how much in the blink of an eye.

At the Omnibus's Engine Room, 23rd October, 2023


Oliver asks for his sister’s help in bringing peace to their lives, but first, he will need the ultimate forgiveness from his sister

ἀφίημι - a-phee-mi 


to set free, to send away, to let go


Written by Vicki Berwick after her ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ show, 'The Mozart Question' at the Barn Theatre, Cirencester and directed by David Frias-Robles, co-creator, co-writer and director of 'Arkham Asylum' for Warners Bros. and DC Comics and director of ⭐⭐⭐⭐ reviewed ‘Us’ at the White Bear Theatre, Kennington.

"Us' examines the first & last half hour of a relationship, interrogating love; where it starts, where it ends & why it didn't last.

"Us" is a tragicomedy, exploring both the last half an hour & the first half an hour of a relationship, interrogating love; where it starts, where it ends & why it didn’t last.

This is modern, city-dwelling, scrutinised, shared, storied, ageing, cohabiting love and what happens if it fails to meet expectations. 

"Us" will be performed for a limited run at the White Bear Theatre from February 1-February 19th 2022. Follow the ticket link below to book now.





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