Dates and Times
Thu 4 - Fri 5 April 2019 at 9pm
Part of our Spring 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Presented by Amelia Stubberfield
Borderline: bor•der•line | \ˈbȯr-dər-ˌlīn \ Adjective:
1) Being in an intermediate position or state: not fully classifiable as one thing or its opposite.
2) Only just acceptable in quality or as belonging to a category : “references may be requested in borderline cases.”
Synonyms include : Marginal, indefinite, uncertain, unsettled, undecided, doubtful, problematic, indeterminate, unclassifiable, ambivalent, equivocal; questionable, debatable, controversial and contentious.
Borderline is a comic tale of living life on the edge and trying not to fall off. Navigating mental health, queer identities and a life led in flux, it explores the impact of having labels imposed upon you and begs the question what is “normal” anyway?
Age restrictions: 16+
Ab0ut the artist
Amelia Stubberfield is an actor, theatre-maker and comedian. They trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama graduating with a BA Hons in Acting. Recent projects have included the debut of Borderline at the Vaults Festival 2018 and Bullish with theatre company Milk Presents at CPT and across the UK on a Autumn 2018 tour.
Image credit (c) Lucy Le Brocq