The big freeze of 1963 and a young Caribbean couple struggle to survive in a new city and a harsh winter. Almost fifty years later, a stranger finds a confused woman wandering the snow covered streets. When the innocence of a nursery rhyme unlocks a chilling family secret, the kindness of strangers isn’t what it seems.
” It was like she was shut in a box with glass walls. And still you felt stuff coming off her, like heat. Not heat. Like cold, like ice, burning. All my life she’s been burning with something. I don’t know what.”
The Brockley Jack are offering readers of this website an additional free ticket for anyone buying a full-price ticket to Keeping Mum, the third in a series of three striking new dramas, chosen from over 80 submissions. The show runs from Tuesday 1st March to Saturday 5th March at 7.45pm.
Tickets can be bought on the door (subject to availability, i.e. the show has not sold out) or you can email bookings to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: Tuesday 8 – Saturday 12 March at 7.45pm
Tickets: £12, £10 conc. (suitable for over 14s)
To book online with Ticketweb click here (no booking fees)