Wed 15 January
“When Sarah is kicked out of her family home because her room is given to the new cat, she finds herself in grave danger. Events take place and Sarah is put behind bars. Someone wants answers, someone is keeping secrets.”
‘SARAH’ is a brand new play by Writer and Director Stevie Helps, of five star reviewed ‘Rachel’.
‘SARAH’ is an exciting and thrilling Premiere to keep you on the edge of your seat. The play highlights the importance of simply talking to one another and making time for those you love.
New Live Theatre bring SARAH to the Lowry for 2020, following their sold out production of ‘The Betting Shop’ in 2019.
“When Sarah is kicked out of her family home, she finds herself in grave danger. Catastrophic events take place and Sarah is put behind bars. Someone wants answers, someone is keeping secrets.”
Stevie Helps, from New Live Theatre and No Egos Theatre Productions, comes to the Lowry this January to preview his brand new boundary blurring play ‘SARAH’. Writer/Producer/Director Helps is known to overlay a multitude of genres and technical styles, from naturalism to comedy to physical theatre to melodrama to even satire to push theatrical boundaries.
Helps’ writing often has serious underlying dark tones. His productions aim to offer both commercial and artistic threads woven into stylistic experiments intended to introduce everyday people to the wonderful world of Theatre.
SARAH is no self help guide, but highlights the importance of talking to, and listening to one another and those you love, before it’s too late.