Date:Sun 17 Jul 2022
Time:12.45pm
Venue:J3 (seated show)
Price:Pay What You Feel

Part of Hotbed Festival, a weekend of performances, events, workshops and readings, all focused on new writing from Friday 15th July to Sunday 17th July.

Tickets can be purchased for each individual events or a Hotbed day pass can be purchased allowing entry to every event (venue capacity allowing) over Saturday or Sunday

Presented by Corkscrew Theatre Company 
Written by Liam High
Directors – Lesley Ford and Matt Wilkinson 
Performers – David John, Catherine Walston and William Males 

When Mark is released from prison, he has nowhere to go. Until, that is, his pen-pal Linda opens her home to him. Set over the initial 24-hour period following his release and told through a combination of overlapping monologues and dialogue, Post is an exploration of readjusting to life after a prison sentence, attempting to move on from trauma and learn a new way to be, and how we respond when reality repeatedly and rudely butts its head against the fantasies we create for ourselves – fantasies both of others and of ourselves.

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All for previous productions:  

“Corkscrew is to be congratulated on producing such a great show – which I will remember for a very long time.” Sardines magazine, The Pillowman 

“Corkscrew Theatre keeps a tight lid on this powder keg of a play.” Cambridge Critique 

“Atmospheric and memorable, and it's a real tour de force.” The Ancient Mariner  

Part of Hotbed Festival, a weekend of performances, events, workshops and readings, all focused on new writing from Friday 15th July to Sunday 17th July.

Tickets can be purchased for each individual events or a Hotbed day pass can be purchased allowing entry to every event (venue capacity allowing) over Saturday or Sunday

Suitable for ages 14+

Duration: 70 minutes 

Cambridge Junction works closely with groups and organisations to provide a safe, welcoming space for everyone. We are a venue that strives to be inclusive and promote equality for all. If you have any access requirements or questions please contact Cambridge Junction prior to your visit so we can make your experience as convenient as possible. For more information about accessibility please click HERE.

J3 has flat floor access.

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