Internationally acclaimed Worklight Theatre come to Gerry's Studio with a brand new ensemble show about addiction, and the lives of those it touches.
You’ll know a thousand people through your lifetime. At least.
They’ll each know at least another thousand.
You’re one person away from a million people, and two away from a billion.
We’re connected in more ways than we know.
And our actions ripple out like stones in water.
This is a tale about the bonds within brains.
And the bonds between brains.
Internationally-acclaimed Worklight Theatre (Scotsman Fringe First 2015: Labels) come to Gerry's Studio with a brand new ensemble show about addiction, and the lives of those it touches.
Drawing on months of interviews and research, and using a unique mix of song, science and soliloquy, Fix follows three very different people navigating three very different addictions.
Fresh from Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017, Exeter-founded Worklight Theatre bring their new show to Gerry's Studio as part of its national tour.
‘Terrific and really thoughtful.’ Lyn Gardner, The Guardian, on Labels
★★★★★ ‘The ability of these performers is boundless.’ Fringe Review on How to Start a Riot
★★★★★ ‘A gentle firestorm of a play.’ British Theatre Guide on Labels
★★★★ ‘Cleverly constructed’ Broadway Baby
★★★★ ‘Very enjoyable... in depth sensory experience’ Theatre Weekly
★★★★ ‘Masterfully done’ EdFestMag
★★★★.5 ‘Relevant and entertaining’ Breaking the fourth wall
‘Snappy and engaging... a lively blend of seriousness and theatricality’ Scotsman
‘A compassionate glimpse into the scope and consequences of addiction’ Sick of the Fringe
Running time: 1 hour
Age guidance: 16+