Births, Deaths and Marriages

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Presented by The New Wolsey Theatre
Directed by Rob Salmon

Think of the times when you wake up and just for a moment you don’t know where you are, or even who you are. Those moments can be terrifying, but they can be thrilling too. It’s almost as if you’ve been given the chance to be someone else for a day, but as you lay in bed your life, your worries, your joys all slowly faded back into view and you’ve missed your chance.

But what if you could really choose? Four young theatre makers have decided that they’ve got just enough time left to change the course of their lives forever – so they’re going to exchange the parts of their personalities they’ve never much liked for the alternative traits they’ve always wanted.

Four young theatre makers have decided that they’ve got just enough time left to change the course of their lives forever – so they’re going to exchange the parts of their personalities they’ve never much liked for the alternative traits they’ve always wanted.

So come and see how they’re doing, whether they’ve made it and how long they’ve got left.

Made by the multi award nominated team that created Party Piece, and Frequently Asked Questions.

YOUNG THEATRE MAKERS
In 2013, the New Wolsey Theatre, Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse became partners to create new productions using young theatre makers. This season, we will be welcoming the young theatre makers of Liverpool as they present their instalment of the project before they embark on a regional tour of Suffolk. Back by popular demand, our own Young Associates return with an Edinburgh Festival fundraising run of Frequently Asked Questions, and in May will present brand new devised work to end to Young Theatre Makers tour. Follow their journey at facebook.com/youthemakers and Twitter @YouTheMakers

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Hi Ben, check out http://www.peopleyoumayknow.co.uk/ for more inspiration.

Jennifer Raw

Thought this was a great show full of comedy and drama... just wondering if there was any videos for inspiration for my devising piece for gcse

Ben

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