Beneath the Dark
  • Edinburgh Fringe

America, 1947. A story that repeats itself over time. In a town where any move forward is held back, a chance meeting in the dark of a destitute railway station inflames the hopes and ideas of a free-thinking woman. An outcast, who has been sheltering his face from society for years, becomes her dream-weaver. In an explosion of creative thinking and an escalation of inspiring dialogue, they explore new possibilities. Until the woman's marriage threatens to break apart. Experience this thought-provoking and exhilarating voyage of self-discovery in a new period drama with a spark of innovation.

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