Thursday 02 April - 7.30pm
Black Hound Productions presents
Black Hound is thrilled to bring to you their first one-man show, an honest and natural look at Men’s Mental Health.
“Happy Birthday to me. 15. The end of the world!”
Noah is fifteen and lives with his dad. Just like any other teenager, he drags himself to school, visits his grandparents, and watches stupid videos on Facebook until crazy times in the morning, just to avoid revising.
But also like a lot of 15-year-olds, Noah finds life difficult. Very difficult. And he doesn’t know how to cope. This is a story about coping, about getting by and as Noah’s dad says, “You’ve gotta laugh!”, but what if it’s not funny… How do you cope when you’re clearly not Alright?
Directed by Benjamin Hardy-Phillips and performed by Dillon Berry. This original play, written by our Artistic Director, Patrick Withey, is an insight into the mind of a teenage boy, struggling to keep his head above water against the storm of emotion he faces.
Tickets: Adults £7, Concessions £5
Please note that senior citizens are no longer automatically eligible for concessions. See our guidelines
Running time: approx 45 mins, no interval