Moments of dark humour are scattered throughout Edition #6 of the Royal Court’s Living Newspaper but elsewhere it is a bit more hit and miss.
Libby Eyes is a play that has a voice – a show that has something meaningful to say and reveals the personality of its author.
Love London Love Culture’s Editor Emma Clarendon spoke to Amy Bethan Evans about her play Libby’s Eyes, playing as part of the Breaking Out season at the Bunker Theatre.
The first of six productions in the Bunker Theatre’s inaugural Breaking Out season is Amy Bethan Evans’ play Libby’s Eyes. Inspired by her own experience with the PIP system, the play explores our varying definitions of the word ‘functioning’ and how it affects the way we live our lives.
Created by visually impaired writer Amy Bethan Evans, and starring two visually impaired actors, Libby’s Eyes is a play about disability, the benefits system and sight loss.
The middle session of Women Centre Stage: Power Play Festival saw our first trip into the Hampstead’s main house for PRIDE and Prejudice.