All Together Now
  • Brighton Fringe

Three siblings are in isolation having had contact with a Covid victim. They havent spent as much time together since they were teenagers. Living together again - if only for 10 days - proves to be challenging and ultimately revealing.Despite staying in a light, airy flat, feelings of claustrophobia overwhelm them when they recall childhood events; memories differ, arguments occur and someone leaves the room. This is not unusual, its how families behave. They still love each other. Dont they?In this darkly comic, site-specific performance, Wired Theatre invites the audience into the domestic space where nothing is predictable and no one is shielded from the truth.This original promenade production has been specially created to celebrate the companys twentieth year performing on the Brighton Fringe. Last year, they played in the garden, this year they have moved indoors for what should be a lively and entertaining show.PLEASE NOTE: for the safety of cast and audience members, we request that you wear a high-protection mask during the performance and when moving around the venue. These will be provided by the company on the door.

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