Award winning company Fifth Word presents two new exciting one-act plays. With the best of new writing talent and new media technology, this night is not to be missed!
Everybody Look at Me Written by Paul Buie
Directed by Darren Daly

So Lauren is a casualty of the banking collapse and no longer a high flyer – but there are other routes she can take through life – teaching, for example. Shaping young minds.
And there are worse things in life than moving back into the family home to regroup and start the ascent again.
But that’s the problem with being an ex-high flyer. Back at ground level, you’re so much closer to reality. Whether you like it or not.


Bones Written by Jane Upton

Directed by Esther Richardson
Nottingham, 1998. Nineteen-year-old Mark is living a life he never signed up to. Heavy with the responsibility of caring for his broken mum and her baby, and pining for a past of Panda Pops, eggy bread and Brian Clough, Mark knows he has to do something drastic to change things forever. But how far will he go?
An achingly honest portrayal of a boy struggling to find his place in a world that doesn’t want him, Bones will break your heart, spit you out and then make you question why you cared in the first place.
Warning! Contains Strong Language  
*Completely Enthralling… Captivates Viewers’  4 Stars* 
Edinburgh Fest Magazine on Painkillers by Paul Buie.
Guildhall Theatre , Derby

Friday 17th to Saturday 18th September 2010 at 7:30pm (2.00 pm sat matinee)

Tickets: £12 Concessions: £10

Box Office: 01332 255 800 / www.derbylive.co.uk
(Coliseum) University Campus Oldham
Thursday 23rd September 2010 at 7:30pm
Tickets: £7 Concessions: £5 or Free for Under 26s
Box Office: 0161 624 2829 / www.coliseum.org.uk

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EXPOSURE is in association with Derby LIVE and Supported by the ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND.

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