"A powerful piece of theatre."

Bones
LONDON  Sloane Square, The Royal Court Theatre - May 2018
NEWCASTLE  Northern Stage - September 2018
ULVERSTON  The Laurel and Hardy Museum - October 2018

Developed with The Royal Court Northern Writers Programme in partnership with Northern Stage, Newcastle.

A one act play, set in real time, out on the sands of Morecambe Bay.

A mother and her teenage daughter struggle to deal with the death of the Polish grandmother in very different ways.  A play about heritage and identity, Bones explores how it feels to be a migrant and the emotional impact on the generations that follow. 

On 10th October 2018 there was a one off, script in hand performance of Bones in Ulverston in aid of Furness Refugee Support.  Ceri Hutton and Mathilda Kenny played mother and daughter.  The performance was followed by a lively discussion.

“A play with many layers”

"A beautiful play"

"moving, thought-provoking and funny"

"so poignant "

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