Sat 1 Oct | 8pm | £12
Like a tiny bomb exploding in the middle of your life, the baby arrives – and suddenly the world you knew becomes a different place entirely.
Two couples negotiating the first year of parenthood are guided by our narrator, Laura. A baby is more than Natasha bargained for – and she's also wondering whether boyfriend Jay will ever grow up. As a flood of plastic balls and children's toys is unleashed in the middle of their marriage, Sam and Ronnie struggle to stay afloat despite their careful plans.
How do our priorities shift when we become parents? How do we adjust – and what happens if we don't?
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Commissioned by Dep Arts and ARC as part of REACH
Book three or more of the following live theatre shows at the same time and receive a 25% discount on all your tickets.
The offer includes the following shows only:
Grow up Grandad – 14 Sept
1972: The Future of Sex – 12 Oct
Instructions for American Serviceman in Britain – 3 Nov
The Collector – 4 Nov
The Trials of Galileo – 9 Nov
Frankenstein – 25 Nov
All tickets include a commission excluding creative learning classses and workshops.