Did it Hurt?

Dates and Times

Mon 6 - Sat 11 August 2018 at 7:15pm

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Ticket information

£12/10 (conc.)

Book Tickets

Part of Camden Fringe 2019: London’s Alternative to Edinburgh Fringe. To view the rest of the programme, click here

Please note: all tickets are sold through Camden Fringe. To book tickets, please visit their website here. We will sell tickets on the door from one hour before the event is due to start, subject to availability. 

Presented by 70:30

Two strangers share a room. Once inside, they cannot leave. The gravity of their collective pasts holds them there as surely as a locked door. With nothing to do but get to know one another, the men are forced to expose their inner most thoughts and ideas. As reality outside of their little black box begins to blur and distort, this encounter becomes a dangerous commentary on the toxic nature of the male psyche.  

These meandering men think themselves safe. But as their conversation flows, the current carries them away to vaster and deeper waters – the deeper you go, the darker it gets. Quietly sinking, are they able to keep afloat? 

A darkly funny, introspective and brutal look under our skin. 

This production contains discussion of Mental Health and Suicide. 


About the Company

70:30 is formed of two recent Central graduates. Michael and Josh came together to write in partnership; their work combines their contemporary voices with classical influences and aims to shed light on questions often kept in the dark. ‘Did it Hurt?’ is the debut production of this exciting young company. 

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