Honey
  • Brighton Fringe

Honey is an intimate story that intricately weaves together the lives of a young man with autism, his mother, her tattoo artist sister, and those that want to love them.

This is not so much a story of those at war, but of the break down of community and those trying to find their own peace. As with all of their work RTM take a look at the changing landscape of people's minds and the environment.

Woven throughout is the beautiful back drop to this moving, charming and funny piece: A quilt stitched with hopes and dreams, pieced together throughout the performance as a present to root Alice's son to the earth, and a symbol of the strength of a community coming together.

Beautifully lit by inspirational lighting designer Ben Hughes and with an original folk musical score by Joanna Karselis you will taste the honey and feel the richness of the hills. The stunning, highly original choreography is by Lizie Gireaudeaux.

"There is a warm, golden glow about this show" BBC Radio

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