This show finished on Saturday 08 February 2020, and this page is being kept for archival purposes only.

Dates

Wednesday 05 February - Saturday 08 February

Author

Lucy Kirkwood

Venue

Bedlam Theatre

“Everyone thinks love is the greatest force in the cosmos and it isn’t. The greatest force in the cosmos is the Nuclear Strong Force. Love’s about twelve things down the list after gravity and superglue.”

Alice is an experimental physicist working in Geneva, searching for the Higgs Boson, the disappearing God Particle. Jenny is her sister’s opposite: lives in Luton in a jumble of clothes, smokes, drinks and sells health insurance over the phone. She’s an unhealthy mix of skepticism and superstition, a woman who trusts her horoscope more than her doctor. The pair of them pull in two different directions: Alice is rational, Jenny goes with her gut. When the sisters and the rest of the family come together - Karen, their mother and Alice’s teenage son, Luke - collision threatens everyone with chaos.

Content Warnings: Inappropriate and offensive language Themes of death Themes of rape and suicide Sudden, loud and high pitched noises Racism

Tickets can be found HERE.

Bedlam Theatre 5-8th February 2020 £5/6/8 BYOB


Cast and Crew

Actor
Megan Burns
Actor
Tilly Botsford
Actor
Charlie Woolley
Actor
Rory McKeon
Actor
Amelia Chinnock - Schumann
Actor
Áine Higgins
Actor
Roxy Witteveen
Actor
Camilla Makhmudi
Assistant Director
Antonia Hall
Designer/Artist
kiera saunders
Director
Dominika Ucar
Producer
Issi Ladd
Projections Designer
Alexander Mohan Morzeria-Davis
Set Manager
George Manchester
Stage Manager
Sophie Lee
Technical Assistant/Physics Consultant
Sam Teale
Technical Manager
Nancy Strahan