‘Alonely’ at the Tobacco Factory Theatre on 8th July at 12.30pm.
In an ideal world it would feel alright to be alone.
In an ideal world there’d always be someone there.
In an ideal world loneliness would not envelop me.
In an ideal world
Suppose in an ideal world…
Busy streets, laughter, the sound of children playing – but what lies behind closed doors in our communities, especially for those in later life, living alone? Over the last year, as part of the Productive Margins: Regulating for Engagement research programme, a group of community researchers have been working with the University of Bristol and the Southville Community Development Association exploring the loneliness of older people in the local community
Alonely is written in collaboration with Adam Peck and performed by a group of community researchers who have been working over the last year on the Productive Margins research project with the Southville Community Development Association and the University of Bristol exploring the isolation and loneliness of older members of our community in the Greater Bedminster area.
Tickets are free and available via the Tobacco Factory Theatre box office on 0117 902 0344 or online www.tobaccofactorytheatres.com/shows/alonely/