Caroline Horton & Co and China Plate present
the possibility of future splendour
Run time: Approx 70 minutes
Content warnings: Contains themes of depression and suicide.
"Theatrically alive at every moment... raw, honest and elemental"
Written by Caroline Horton
Directed by Alex Swift
“Hello – I thought I’d introduce myself properly – As is polite.”
Written and performed by Olivier Award nominee Caroline Horton – an intimate and absurd exploration of wanting to live, wanting to die and what can happen if we sit together with the dark.
Grudgingly hopeful, occasionally funny, Caroline reunites with director Alex Swift (Mess) to bring you an unapologetically dark show about dark things.
“It’s messy… it’s beautiful” – The Guardian
“Phenomenal” – Time Out
Winner of the Mental Health Fringe Award 2019
The Stage Edinburgh Award 2019 recipient
Lustrum Award 2019 recipient
Commissioned by Cambridge Junction, The Yard Theatre, Harlow Playhouse, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Theatre Iolo, ARC Stockton Arts Centre, The Brewhouse Arts Centre, Burton, Camden People’s Theatre and Folkestone Quarterhouse.
Supported by UCL Culture, Battersea Arts Centre, the MA Dramatic Writing Lab at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins and Midlands Arts Centre.
Created in conversation with Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, University College London and STOP Suicide.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Photo © Holly Revell
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Recorded in Caroline’s living room during lockdown, All of Me: The Audio is an intimate, absurd exploration of wanting to live, wanting to die and what can happen if we sit together with the dark.
Adapted from the grudgingly hopeful, occasionally funny, multi award-winning stage show, Caroline, director Alex Swift and sound designer Elena Peña bring you a dark audio trip about dark things.
For more information, please visit All of Me: The Audio page.
All of Me: The Twine is an intimate, absurd online exploration for one player of wanting to live, wanting to die and what can happen if we sit together with the dark.
Adapted from the grudgingly hopeful, occasionally funny stage show, this is Caroline and director Alex Swift’s first leap into the world of interactive digital work. In this new Twine version, the player must navigate their own journey through this unapologetically dark show about dark things.
Twine is an online tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories.
For more information, please visit All of Me: The Twine page.
An award-winning theatre maker, performer, writer & director; currently touring the UK with All of Me.Read more
© Holly Revell
© Holly Revell
© Holly Revell