Review: GREY, Ovalhouse

“Why can’t I just be happy? What have I got to be sad about? I’m in the prime of my life...” An autobiographical play written by Koko Brown, GREY explores black women’s mental health, living with depression and the taboos surrounding it. Following the success of WHITE, a one-woman show about identity, Brown returns to... Continue Reading →

Review: Testament, Hope Theatre

Following successful runs at both the Edinburgh Festival and Hope Theatre in 2018, Chalk Line Theatre’s debut production Testament, which explores suicide, loss and survivor’s guilt, has returned to the Hope in time to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week. After surviving a car accident in which his girlfriend Tess (Jessica Frances) died, Max (Nicholas... Continue Reading →

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