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"the power

of imagination

makes us infinite"

Robin Rayner in association with The Marlowe Theatre present a TREMers production

 

Leah is sorting through all the stuff that has accumulated in her spare room: clothes she doesn't wear, books she doesn't read, things she doesn't need. Constantly reliving events in her past; she desperately tries to unpick just where it all went wrong and who is really to blame.

A raw, poignant, and unflinching look at the unravelling of one woman's life, FABRIC exposes the shifting roles and expectations of women in todays society and asks how, if ever, they can be fulfilled.

 

“Every thread unraveled, the stiches menat nothing, the pattern gone...”

 

Direction and Dramaturgy by TOM O'BRIEN

Set & Costume Design by ALYSON CUMMINS

Lighting Design by ZIA HOLLY

Sound Design by MAX PAPPENHEIM

Starring NANCY SULLIVAN as Leah

 

This brand new play was developed by TREMers and won a Fringe First Award at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival fringe

PHOTOS BY PAMELA RAITH

IN REHEARSAL

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VENUES WE TOURED TO:

 

EM FORSTER THEATRE, TONBRIDGE

 

THEATRE ROYAL, MARGATE

 

OLD FIRE STATION, OXFORD

 

MERCURY THEATRE, COLCHESTER

 

THE CRYER, CARSHALTON

 

NEW WIMBLEDON STUDIO, LONDON

 

HAWTH, CRAWLEY

 

THE MARLOWE STUDIO, CANTERBURY

 

UNDERBELLY, EDINBURGH

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SPECIAL THANKS TO: 

Robin Fairfield, Sonia Friedman, Ros O'Connor, David & Eryl Rayner, Amanda Stenson, Lilly Driscoll, Tim Foley, Marie Garaccio, Caroline Rayner, David Gregory, Moyo Akande, Alex Gwyther, Keya Crenshaw, David Thaxton, Sarah Vezmar, Karen Woodward, Christa Gaskell, Karren Winchester, Marie Garaccio, Emma Williams, Anna Anderson, Mark & Stephen, Clara Penn, Sue Russell, Helen Thorpe, Malcolm & Lin Ducker, Sinead Costelloe, Anthony Patton, Ros Coombes, Larry Hardcastle, Steve & Geraldine Rayner, Sadie Williams & Carol Smith.

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