A play by Bryony Lavery. One sunny evening, ten-year-old Rhona goes missing on the way to her grandmother's house. Her mother, Nancy, retreats into a state of frozen hope. Agnetha, an American criminal psychologist, comes to England to research a thesis entitles Serial Killing: A Forgivable Act? Then there's Ralph, a loner with a bit of previous who's looking for some distraction.
Developed in collaboration with the National Theatre Studio, this production will see a cast of four deaf and two hearing actors bring Fingersmiths' visual and physical theatre style to the play. It will be performed in both British Sign Language and spoken English.
Please note that this performance contains strong language and some explicit sexual references.
Audio described performance: Wednesday 19 February
Post show discussions for ticket-holders:
Tuesday 18 February (evening performance only)
Overstepping the Mark with clinical psychologist Dr Sally Austen
Wednesday 19 February
Making Frozen with director Jeni Draper and cast members