Monday 14 May, 7.30pm
What happens to our childhood friendships when we grow up and grow apart?
Do we continue to recognise each other? And are they worth fighting for?
It's 2010 and from the living room of a terrace in Stoke FAMILIAR follows
Kelly, Leanne and Sara; charting a decade of their lives as they grow up,
grow apart, fight and question what place the relationships we make in our
formative years have in our adult lives.
FAMILIAR is the debut play by actor Phoebe Sparrow. Having appeared in our
screens in TV shows such as DOWNTON ABBEY *(ITV)* and INSIDE NO 9 *(BBC) *and
with theatre credits including THE DRESSER *(DUKE OF YORKS)*, FATHERS AND
SONS *(DONMAR WAREHOUSE)* and CITY STORIES *(ST JAMES AND OFF BROADWAY) *Phoebe began writing; having 2 short plays performed at The Bunker Theatre in
2017. FAMILIAR marks her full length debut and is inspired by the women she
grew up with and their lack of representation on both stage and screen.