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If you’re living a horrible life, why don’t you just change it?
Well, the trick is to recognise it’s horrible in the first place.
Writer and performer Ann Brown brings her inspirational, true-life story to Halifax for the first time, following an outstandingly positive reaction to its debut run in Manchester.
Undeniably brutal in places, Green Door is a story that will also make you laugh out loud – not least at some questionable dance moves – as Ann takes you on a journey that encompasses suffering, grief and fear, all somehow bound up with humour and, ultimately, the power of self-worth.
Brought to Square Chapel in conjunction with Verd de Gris Arts and supported by Arts Council England and the National Lottery, this one act play is a must see for mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, daughters and sons. Ann’s experiences are not unique to her, you will recognise yourself in her words.
Come along to Square Chapel on Thursday 2nd April to find out how one woman’s eyes were opened to the truth of the life that she was being forced to live, and how each and every one of us has the ability to turn trauma into triumph.
|Tickets||£16 - £5|