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Fingertips

Wed 3rd – Mon 29th Aug 2016

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“Exploring what sex, love and identity mean to a lost generation”

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In the Attic

SUMMARY

‘Everything you thought you knew is basically now obsolete’

In their fringe debut, In The Attic productions present a brave and dynamic piece of new writing from playwright Naomi Fawcett.

From the critically-acclaimed team behind 1984 (★★★★★) and The Winterling (★★★★★), Fingertips is a play about life as a twenty-something, struggling to find your place in a digital world.

Over the course of one hedonistic Halloween, the play poignantly dissects the quarter-life crisis; the issues that we face, the anxieties that we feel, the dreams that we have and the fear that they might never be realised.

Inspired by verbatim interviews, Fingertips explores what sex, love and identity mean to this lost generation, desperate for independence but scared to grow up.

It is In The Attic’s first production as a professional company.

A group of volunteers put forward their experiences, from which character profiles were created. These profiles were given to actors who, via a series of exercises and improvisations, built and explored the relationships that make up the play.

Real people, real relationships, real life.

Admission: £9.50(£7.50)

C nova venue 145

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