I HATE ALONE
BY ELLEN BRAMMAR
MUSIC BY JAMES FREWER
Every time something has gone wrong for Chloe and Danielle, every time something has been taken away, someone else has been behind it. It’s time the tables turned.
Righteous indignation boils over into brutal violence, driven along by a riotous soundtrack, as two best friends take aim at a world that has left them behind.
Think Thelma and Louise turned up to 11, I Hate Alone is a gig with a story, about injustice, revenge and, above all, friendship. Written by Ellen Brammar, music by James Frewer and featuring ∆lekto at Fruit and Hull band CHAMBERS at The Polar Bear.
Tickets and Dates
The Polar Bear performance is Pay What You Want but is now sold out. Unused tickets will be made available on the night at the door, on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Raine Club performance is also Pay What You Want but is unticketed. Simply turn up on the night and pay what you want after the show!
14+ (themes of an adult nature) except Polar Bear on 18 Oct, which is 18+.
This production, supported with funding from Arts Council England, is a test event for a new strand of work entitled Plug & Play; borrowing from the traditions of the travelling musician, able to pop-up and perform with a small amount of setup time but maximum impact. This is the first in a programme of work which can pop up in non-traditional theatre spaces and offer a unique experience which changes perceptions of going to the theatre, without asking spectators to take too many risks.