If It’s Not One Thing, It’s Another
Thu 01 Jan 1970
Rosie has lived in the same house all her life, with her Dad, by the train tracks in rural Devon. As the outside world passes by the window, they are quite content with a life of model railways and Amazon deliveries. When her dad dies, Rosie grows isolated from the outside world and has to face the prospect of engaging with reality. If It’s Not One Thing, It’s Another is an unusual and moving coming-of-age story about dealing with the terrifying prospect of change. Written by emerging playwright Adam Foster, the play deploys ClutterJunk Theatres trademark blend of quirky, contemporary and visually dynamic theatre to examine the increasing prevalence of communications and information technology in our day-to day existence.
Writer: Adam Foster
Director: Fiona Steed
Producer: Louis Williams
Cast: Ella Ainsworth
Running time: Approx. 55 minutes