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Catching the Ghost in Wandsworth and Brighton!

Chis, dressed in black, stands in the spotlight next to 2nd performer Steve while they perform at the Scoop in London bridge.

"I remember lying on my roof, utterly bewildered and for the first time sensed the ghost. Felt him separate from my body. The ghost of the Chris that didn’t break, that didn’t lose his sight."

 

Follow the journey of Chris, a young man who must suddenly confront his struggle with sight loss in a whole new light. Told with honesty, dark humour, music and occasionally just falling over for a cheap laugh.

Playing at The Arches at St Mary's Church (Putney), as part of #FragilityTakeover at Wandsworth Arts Fringe, on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 May. Book tickets on the WAF 2017 website.

The production at WAF has been kindly supported by a grant from Wandsworth Council, and is presented in association with Theatre503.

Interior of the Putney arches performance space, domed ceiling with simple lighting rig - laid out with carpet and chairs stacked either side

And the following weekend we will be down by the coast for Brighton Fringe, running at the Komedia Studio, 27 - 29 May. Tickets can be booked directly through the Komedia.

(from above) interior of the Komedia studio, without seating. stage lit up in red and purple

This is a new play written and performed by emerging actor-musician, Chris Campion. Originally commissioned as a piece for Guide Dogs Week in 2016, the play has been developed and produced by Extant, the UK's leading performing arts company of visually impaired artists.

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