What does 'enough' mean? Have we got enough? Have we done enough? Have we had enough?
Two writers with different voices and from opposite sides of the Pennines, Emma Adams from Bradford (shortlisted for the Meyer-Whitworth award 2009 and with 2 national tours for Red Ladder Theatre Company under her belt) and Cathy Crabb from Oldham (winner MEN Award Best Production and currently developing a new series for BBC) have produced two new 45-minute plays examining what 'enough' might mean in 2011.
Directed by Tom Hogan, this rehearsed reading comes hot on the heels of a twin event at Studio Salford and is a unique opportunity to grab a preview of these two new works.
The writers will be propping up the bar after the reading to talk about the work and discuss what happens next with the production. Join them for a free glass of wine and to put your two-penneth into the conversation.
Friday 9th September, 7.30pm
Tickets to this event are free and can be reserved from the TiM box office by telephone 01274 233200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (remaining tickets will be available on the door on the night).
This event is accompanied by blogs that can be found at www.theenoughproject.wordpress.com