Dates and Times
22 July 2014 to 26 July 2014 at 7pm
Presented by Pivot Theatre
“If you could go, anywhere on this map, where would it be?”
Clara’s job is tough. Really tough. Spending this much of your life dealing with the worst of human nature cannot be good for anyone. For her daughter Holly life should be simpler. All she wants is fun and freedom. Her world has no danger – just a mother who won’t let go. Worn down and under siege, Clara doesn’t have the energy for Holly. But if she won’t listen, then it’s only a matter of time before Holly turns elsewhere, and does something she can never undo.
Pivot Theatre’s debut production is a fast-paced, filmic exploration of trust. Bitingly funny, and dark as it is light, the play tackles how online life both personifies and anonymises. As a newly digitised generation matures, Gulf asks why we can’t talk – precisely when we need to.
About the company
Pivot Theatre makes work that is engaging, urgent and thrilling. We are interested in the meeting between audience and performer: where there is the chance for surprise and new perspectives. We encourage new writing, as there is always more to say. Ultimately, we believe that theatre is pivotal.