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Written and performed by Caterina Incisa and directed by Anna Marshall, 0 Days Without Crying aims to find the humour in self-loathing without offering a solution.
Developed in Montreal, Canada at the Playwrights' Workshop Young Creators Unit, 0 Days Without Crying enjoyed a sell-out run at the 2017 Montreal Fringe, where it received excellent reviews and was nominated for The Freestanding Room Award for Making Big Things Happen in Small Places.
In 2018 it transferred to the Landor Space in London, where it had a successful run and received numerous four star reviews.
This "laugh-out-loud comedy that manages to broach important and difficult discussions about mental health in a truly unique way" (A Younger Theatre) is now transferring to the Hope Theatre.
Goblin. Troll. Pathetic.
These are some of the ways Jess describes herself.
This 50-minute solo tragicomedy follows Jess over the course of three months as she makes ill-advised and embarrassing attempts to "love" herself.
It's rip-your-heart-out-sad and wet-yourself-funny, and for anyone who's ever looked in the mirror and wanted to vom.
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London N1 1RL
Performance days & times
Sunday ‑ 7‑45pm
Monday ‑ 7‑45pm
Author: Caterina Incisa
Director: Anna Marshall