The show is hot off the heels of a successful UK tour and lands at the Oxfam store on Saturday 10 August at 7.00pm ahead of its transfer to the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
Written by Leeds based writer Dominic Grace, Rabbitskin was originally developed by the West Yorkshire Playhouse and performed as part of WYP/Theatre in the Mill new writing season in 2012.
The critically acclaimed, hard-hitting monologue, takes contemporary issues such as mental health, violence, dysfunctional families and makes them real and personal through the character of Joe, an intelligent, articulate, troubled teenage boy. Stripped right back to the performer in a simple bare space, the piece draws you into the character of Joe and his stories. Joe’s charm and confidence mask a deeper vulnerability and eventually reveals the reasons Joe finds his own story so difficult to tell.
The show will preview only once in Harrogate before it transfers to be part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013 at theSpace on the mile from 19 – 24 August.
Tickets are £6 and all proceeds will go to the Syrian Refugee Crisis Appeal and can be booked through Oxfam on 01423 506 262, tickets are also available on the door.
Cast: Luke Adamson, Director: Chris Hill, Producer: Milan Govedarica.
Luke Adamson plays Joe. His theatre credits include All My Sons by Arthur Miller, Brassed Off and Enjoy by Alan Bennett (York Theatre Royal); The Cherry Orchard, Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Road and the UK Premiere of Sandholm by Anna Bro (ALRA). TV credits include Raven (BBC); Heartbeat and The Royal Today (ITV); The Garden (BBC/Tiger Aspect).
Saturday 10 Aug at 7.00pm
Oxfam Bookshop, 43 Oxford Street, Harrogate HG1 1PW. 01423 506 262
Rabbitskin at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
19-24 August at 11.30am
theSpace on the Mile Space (V39), 80, High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TH. Tickets £8 (concs available).
Box Office 0131 510 2382, email@example.com