THREE by Christie Peto. Exploring the trials and tribulations of one woman's life experiences both in and outside of her mind, this brand new piece of writing places the ordinariness of her everyday existence under a microscope, with lashings of heartbreak and good humour.'One of the most moving and funny pieces of theatre I've ever seen. I haven't heard the subtleties of mental health spoken back to me in this way, and few things have brought me that much jubilation and heartbreak.''I want to watch it again - so moving, perfectly balanced. I felt like I was watching and hearing myself, it made me feel uplifted and not alone to see other people have thoughts and feelings like this.''Such charm and style - warm, engaging, funny, moving. The real world is so well-written, properly captures what it feels like to have a brain.''Christie's portrayal of One Woman in crisis was ably assisted by Hannah, who provided the perfect foil. At times we were teary-eyed, at times laughing. Thought-provoking, life-affirming and heart-warming, and the direction is on pointThis piece contains in depth discussion around mental health, and language of a sexual nature.