WRITTEN BY JAMES LEWISDIRECTED BY DAVID BRADYASSOCIATE DIRECTOR ERIN READ“One day, maybe even tomorrow, and maybe only once, I want to wake up and feel it. Feel like today is the day when I'm not going to feel so bloody awful and alone all the time…”Jamie and Naomi collide on a weekend that will cause them to question everything they ever thought they knew about themselves.
Nick meets Karen and their lives will never be the same again.
In a world where love can be swiped on a whim and the path of your whole life is determined by the delay of just one train, is there ever the right time to say what you really feel?
Proforça Theatre Company presents this new piece of writing making its debut in Spring 2018 about a search for fulfilment, second-hand love and the hope of one day becoming something better than you are.
Because sometimes, to follow your heart you have to give it away to someone else.
Feel is written by James Lewis and directed by David Brady. We are delighted to be returning with our second piece of original work for this extended run following our 2017 productions of “The Importance of Being Earnest” and “Reading Gaol”
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Running Time : 110 Minutes Approx (15 Minute Interval) Contains strong language and adult themes.
PRAISE FOR "FEEL"
★★★★★ - "An Extraordinary evening's entertainment as it hops between being ingeniously witty and soul-wrenchingly moving" - The Spy In The Stalls
★★★★ - "Brilliant - every character so different from the other, and the deep message will make you ask yourself questions" - London Theatre Reviews
★★★★ - "Simply Staged and lovingly performed - a strong piece of writing succeeds in it's aim to present a uniquely London take on love" - London Pub Theatres
"..a big congratulations to everyone. You made this observational story something to really think about." - Sardines Magazine
“…Quietly intense theatre driven by four compelling performances and a script that gives moments of delight in its authenticity. Bravo!” - Night Theatre Project
21 - 31 MARCH 2018: THE LION AND UNICORN THEATRE - KENTISH TOWN LONDON25TH APRIL 2018: HERTFORD THEATRE - HERTFORD THEATRE WEEK15TH / 16TH JUNE 2018: THE ALBANY THEATRE, COVENTRY17TH / 18TH JUNE 2018: THE KING'S HEAD THEATRE, LONDON N1
NAOMI: Isobel EadieJAMIE: Jonathon George (March / April 2018 Perfs)JAMIE: Nick Cope (June 2018 Perfs)NICK: James VincentKAREN: Gemma Wray:
TRAIN ANNOUNCER: David Brady
WRITTEN BY: James LewisDIRECTED BY: David BradyASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: Erin ReadEXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: David Brady & Erin ReadTECHNICAL MANAGER: Mitchell Reeve LightingPRODUCTION DESIGN: Proforca Theatre CompanyPR / MARKETING: Lauren Gauge / Chris HislopMARKETING DESIGN: Proforca Theatre CompanyPRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHY: Brittain Photography / Proforca Theatre CompanyVIDEOGRAPHY: Olivia Foan VideographyREHEARSAL FACILITIES: Arch 468, Theatre Delicatessen, Bush Studios, Calder BookshopACCOUNTANCY SERVICES: Jodie McDermott, MCA Group Ltd. PRODUCTION MASCOT : Paul Albon
WITH THANKS TO:Chris Mellor and the staff at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Androulla Erotokritou, Emma Dodwell-Groves, Fergus Church, Raoul Colvile, Simon Marshall, Stephanie Silver, Cat Jones, Harriet Lambert, Jess Barton, Marian Brady, Blink Theatre, Sharon Kirk, Ricky Zalman, Glass Half Full Theatre, Steph Uruquart and everyone else who has supported this production (without whom…) Heather Jeffrey, HDOS, Steve Onyon, everyone at Hertford Theatre Week & Oscar French and all at the King's Head Theatre
This production is dedicated to Vicki MacGregor, and to life beyond the dining room table x