By Marietta Kirkbride
Directed by Nik Partridge
Tuesday 2 July 7.30pm
In some people’s lives there is a moment when something goes wrong, when they do something very bad, something that poisons their life for good.
In a small village, the last remaining members of the dwindling church committee gather to discuss its future. At this critical meeting, Tom, a contentious nomination to join the committee, is put forward. Caught with indecent images of children on his computer, Tom has been to prison and is now on the sex offenders register. Whilst many of the community can’t forgive him, one committee member proposes that Tom is given a second chance.
When the impact of the past collides with the future of a village community, is forgiveness ever possible? A powerful and captivating new drama that explores, from multiple points of view, what it means to live a haunted life.
This play contains themes of a sensitive and potentially distressing nature. Parental discretion recommended.
The Sackler Trust, Principal Supporter of Watermill Rural Touring.
Tickets booked in advance: £10 (under 18s £5).
Tickets on the door: £12 (under 18s £6)
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