A Long Way Down

Eva and Billie found each other; Complete strangers, they meet with nothing but a pack of cards and the clothes they are wearing. Join them in their tent as they spend their last night on Earth together, beginning to appreciate the beauty of nature and of each other’s company.

Might there be something to live for after all?

Loosely inspired by Norway Today by Igor Bauersima, A Long Way Down follows Billie and Eva in what might be the last night of their lives or their first night spent together. The pair attempt to understand one another’s own path through life and question free will along with self-fulfilling destinies. We wanted to make this show as intimate and site specific as possible so we’ve set up our characters’ world near Beachy Head and will be performing this piece for a maximum of twelve audience at a time inside a ten man tent we’ve pitched in Brighton.

Directed by Brendan Lucia and performed by Léoni Hughes and Lily Catalifo; A Long Way Down is our second original production. A dark comedy written and devised by the company.

We are at the Brighton Fringe testing the waters with our play in Eva and Billie’s tent from the 20th-25th May at 19:00.


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