Unearthing a mysterious skeleton in an unmarked grave forces archaeologist Nuala to piece together the broken bones of the dead girl. But when the skull goes missing, Nuala starts to question whether losing her virginity and stealing a skull was really such a good idea...
Writer and performer Sorcha McCaffrey with award winning director Lucia Cox, in partnership with OCD-UK, present this Arts Council National Lottery funded "laugh out loud" production which leaves audiences with a lot more hope than when they arrived.
BSL interpreted performances on Saturday 23rd February at 3pm and 6.15pm
Relaxed performance on Saturday 23rd February at 3pm
Contains emotive content around anxiety and depression.
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Sorcha McCaffrey is an actor and writer from Yorkshire. She trained at ALRA North and with the National Youth Theatre. Credits include Wuthering Heights (John Godber Company), and La Biblioteca (Contact Theatre).
She is part of the Royal Court writers group. Ladybones is her first play.
Lucia Cox is a writer, director and producer. In 2013, she wrote, produced and directed One Hand Clapping (Methuen Drama 2014) which has toured the UK and New York. Her one-woman show, Blackbird won a Forever Manchester Award and in 2012, was nominated for a Manchester Theatre Award. It premiered in New York in 2013. She has also written for BBC Learning, International Arts Manager Magazine, Performing Arts Yearbook, Northern Soul Webzine, Whats On Stage. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Manchester Metropolitan University. Along with her directing and writing, she works for Glynis Henderson Productions.
Writer/Performer: Sorcha McCaffrey
Director: Lucia Cox