Two Chairs
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Our piece reflects the external differences in society: how human beings are segregated by race, religion, gender and status, and how prejudice is a daily occurrence in the world we live in today. It is a piece of theatre that explores how two chairs symbolise two ordinary people, who have been separated by their appearance or choice of lifestyle, and how, once actually allowed to interact without a barrier between them, they discover they too are the same.

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