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  • Admission: £10

Studio 61 present: The Children by Lucy Kirkwood

“Retired people are like nuclear power stations. We like to live by the sea.”

Two retired nuclear scientists in an isolated cottage by the sea as the world around them crumbles.
Together they are going to live forever on yogurt and yoga, until an old friend arrives with a frightening request.

“At our time of life we simply cannot deal with this shit.”

Prepare to be moved by the poignant story of “The Children,” a thought-provoking drama that explores the complexities of relationships, responsibilities, and the impact of our choices. Join us for a compelling performance that will leave you contemplating the true meaning of connection.


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