Overview

Performances take place in Hamworthy Park as part of this year's Roundabout, Paines Plough's award-winning portable, in-the-round auditorium.

Two strangers find each other on a beach. One can’t leave their boat, and the other keeps their wetsuit on. Together they start digging and they don’t stop until finally they’re heard. A play about being seventeen and a little lost. Part of Here and Now, a national and local celebration of culture within communities.

Written by Andrew Muir. Directed by Janisè Sadik. 

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