Join us online for a live, ‘staged’ version of Tony Earnshaw’s new play, part of Mole Valley Arts E-Live 2020.
Date: Wednesday 21 October 2020
Time: 8.15pm (UK time)
Venue: Online, via Zoom (You will not need to download any software to take part)
To reserve your place, simply email us. Nearer the time, we’ll send you details of how to join.
Please note: this performance was previously scheduled for 14 October. If you’ve already booked for that date, your personal Zoom link will arrive on Tuesday 20 October.
About Little Brother
Ian is staying with sister Diana while his marriage crumbles around him. Will she help or hinder? Is he ready to be helped? Will big sister Anne complicate things further? And what caused the 3 of them to retreat into alcohol and obsessive behaviour?
Secrets and misunderstandings are revealed with humour and tenderness in this tightly observed study of sibling relationships.
About this online event
Damn Cheek continues to tease and stretch the boundaries of online theatre in this, our eighth Zoom adventure. We’re delighted to be partnering with Arts E-Live 2020 in presenting this exploration of family relationships by founder director Tony Earnshaw. This is the third of Tony’s plays we’ve featured in our Zoom series.
Please note you will not need to download any software to take part, or to be technically savvy.
Once you’ve emailed us to RSVP your place, we’ll send you the link to this private, live online viewing. You’ll just need to click on the link to be involved.
We really hope to see you there!
Tony and Darren talk about Little Brother
Hear Tony’s thoughts about Little Brother, writing and sibling relationships in this 5-minute interview with podcaster, Stephen Thompson.
Here Darren talk about the company’s voyage into online productions in 2020, including staging Little Brother, in this 10-minute interview with Surrey Hills Community Radio.
Other online productions
This event is part of a series of regular online events we’re running – all free to attend.