Essex on Stage: HEADCASE

by Kristin Mcilquham
Supported by Queen's Theatre Hornchurch and Matthew Schmolle Productions

Actor and writer Kristin Mcilquham can’t seem to finish a list.

Get a boyfriend

Get a therapist

Call her dad

As Kristin approaches the big 4-0 she is forced to confront, kicking and screaming, some of the unfinished business in her life & why she just can’t seem to tie up any of her loose ends.

A funny & moving, true story about the aftermath of her father’s brain injury and the impact that’s had on their relationship.

Funded by Arts Council England.

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