Image: Orange Tree Theatre
Zoe Cooper is the writer of the critically acclaimed Jess and Joe Forever, a hit at the Orange Tree and the Traverse Theatre.
It is directed by Guy Jones, following his highly praised production of Joe White's Mayfly at the OT.
Post-show talks Tue 7 May 7.30pm & Thu 16 May 2.30pm.
And we are watching the huge grey waves crashing and this is the moment when I say I have to tell you something.
Claire and Kit have moved from the confines of London to the wide open coasts of South Shields.
To be nearer family, to be nearer the sea, to put down roots. To have a baby.
Claire's new job at the local school is a step up, and she wants to make a real difference, but she soon discovers that she has as much to learn from her students as they have from her.
My name is Fish. The pronoun that I go by is they.
A tender new play about gender, wild swimming, and how we define who we are.
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Richmond TW9 2SA
Performance days & times
Monday ‑ 7‑30pm
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm (7pm 1 may)
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday - 2-30pm
Saturday - 2-30pm
A limited number of tickets at £19 are available for all performances for over 65s, students, recipients of state benefit and members of theatre unions and guilds on presentation of proof.
A limited number of under 30s £12.50 tickets are available for all performances. Proof of ages must be shown when collecting tickets.
£15 tickets available for disabled patrons plus one escort at the same rate on all performances.
£12 tickets available for blind or partially sighted patrons and an escort at the same price for audio described performances.
£12 tickets for deaf or partially hearing patrons at Captioned performances.
Audio‑described performances Sat 25 May 2.30pm & Tue 28 May 7.30pm
Stagetext Captioned performance Wed 29 May 7.30pm
Author: Zoe Cooper
Director: Guy Jones