The Age of Consent
12 Jul 2017
Peter Morris's play places in counterpoint two acutely uncomfortable monologues about childhood, responsibility and the shattering of innocence.
One voice is a teenager awaiting his release from a correctional facility after serving his time. The other is the young mother of a child performer, ruthlessly scheming for fame and fortune.
The characters are united by a sense of denial, as well as the humanity that can exist behind even the most monstrous abuse.
Ticket Price £12 (£10 concessions)