She’s a carer and he’s a politician. Common ground is in short supply. Whose principles matter the most in their marriage?
Written by Lynn and David Morris, this captivating tale will be performed here at the Folk Hall:
Date: Friday 1st July
Doors open 6.30pm for 7.00pm start
Tickets on the door: £2.00
(All ticket sales will be donated to charity)
Breeding Grounds follows Stuart and Ingrid, they have been together a long time but the fault line sin their relationship are getting ever more fragile.
Ingrid sees life through the focus of her work as an agency carer and climate change activist, whilst Stuart is a back bench MP. His perspectives are based on political pragmatism, hers on a sense of urgency and the belief that change must begin with each individual.
Breeding Grounds explores the human response to sustainability, world population and the moral dilemmas that are no facing each and every one of us in our daily lives. And to which we have to find our own accommodating solutions in the face of what seems to many to be a state of political inertia.
Journeymen Theatre are a West Midlands-based Human Rights theatre company. They tour extensively throughout the UK and are supported by Stourbridge Quakers and associated Quaker organisations.
For more details on their full range of work and for performance dates visit their website: www.journeymentheatre.com