Playhouse shows an Instinct for Kindness
Communities / Mon 2nd Sep 2013 am30 09:43am
FOLLOWING a season in London’s West End, The Playhouse will host a one-off performance of the critically acclaimed Instict for Kindness.
Written and preformed by Chris Larner the show tells the story of his 2010 trip Switzerland, to the infamous Dignitas clinic with his chronically ill ex wife.
This moving, bittersweet show reflects on the circumstances, morality and humanity surrounding the journey. Through a candid, poignant and sometimes comic performance, Chris explores both the profound personal implications and the wider ethical issues that surround the contentious topic of assisted suicide.
Described by The Times as ‘A wonderfully subtle and deceptively understated performance…’
The shows takes place on Wednesday 25 September at 7.45pm
Tickets can be booked now via the box office: 01279 431945