My Boy Danny
  • Camden Fringe

**** (4-Stars)"Satisfying, enjoyable, emotive and intriguing" (Broadwaybaby.com) Streaming 23-28th August onlineMy Boy Danny is the new play by award-winning Writer, Actor and Director Alfie James. Every night Ange stands by the window looking out with the hope to see her son one last time looking up at her from across the road. Instead, every night for the past eleven months there has been a shadow standing there in his place. Desperate for answers, Ange lets the shadow in. Rory is just a regular awkward teenage boy. Or at least he was until that night when it all went wrong. Desperate to tell his story and to reach out to a woman he had never met but knew so much about. The play was originally recorded as an Audio play in 2020 during lockdown and received positive reviews and feedback from audience members. Phil Hewitt, Brighton & Hove Independent called it a "powerfully performed play which is both sensitively and poetically written. Five Stars!" Cast includes: Kitty Whitley as Ange, Ben Kinsman as Rory and Atarah as Leah Written and Directed by Alfie James

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