ONE MINUTE

Sold out

A child goes missing, vanishes into thin air. The witnesses statements are inconclusive and the police struggle without a clear case or understanding of a criminal motive. Like ripples from a stone in calm water, five characters, each with a different degree of separation from this tragic event, go about their lives trying to make sense of the unfathomable.

A beautiful slow-burning and lyrical play about loss and devotion.

This is a past event
Designer
Direction
Music
Lighting

Cast

Teresa Banham
Lucy Black
Tom Ellis
Sarah Paul
Simon Wolfe

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@bushtheatre Much love to all and look forward to being back to see you guys soon x
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01 Apr
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01 Apr
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01 Apr
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01 Apr
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