New Claire Erasmus Play, Flotsam To Make London Stage Debut
Flotsam, a new play by emerging South Wales based playwriter Claire Erasmus is about to make its debut on the London stage.
An exploration of our own mortality examined through the undeniable power of female friendship, Flotsam stars Jennifer Aries of BAFTA award winning Call the Midwife, The Tunnel and Ripper Street and Ciara Pouncett, soon to be seen in High Water.
When an eternal optimist goes for her early morning swim in a quiet seaside town she encounters a messed-up misfit who has stuffed her pockets with rocks. What develops between them is an unlikely friendship that challenges each of their views of the world and ultimately changes their fate.
Flotsam has a single performance at the Kings Head Theatre, Upper Street on Saturday 8th September at 5.00 pm and is directed by Evy Barry an award-winning film and theatre director who has directed work at The Southwark Playhouse, The Old Red Lion and The Space. Her last short film, Exposure was a finalist at the BAFTA Cymru qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.
Flotsam has a single performance at the Kings Head Theatre, 115 Upper Street, Islington, London on Saturday 8th September at 5.00 pm.
For ticket details visit The Kings Head Theatre website