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Vault Festival / Pink Splat Productions: This Bitch can Heal at The Vaults

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Time 18:00
Date 28/01/20
Price £13

Jack's on their bike. Pedalling fast. It's the hottest summer ever and Jack's ditched their girlfriend to join Extinction Rebellion protests. Have they made the wrong choice?

Read the Run-Riot Interview with Tamsin Omond (Pink Splat Productions), climate activist and actor, here.

Tuesday 28 - Thursday 30 January 2020.

Extinction Rebellion protests that have taken over the city and captured the world’s imagination. This is the movement they have been waiting for and they’re going to give it everything they’ve got.

But at home Jack’s girlfriend is furious. She supported Jack when they lost their job, when they came out as trans and now she’s expected to support Jack as they disappear into their latest obsession with Extinction Rebellion.

As Jack cycles towards the protests the most recent argument reverberates through them.

Will Jack keep pushing forward regardless of the cost to their great love? Or will they chill out, ask for help and give themselves space to heal.

An intimate solo show told as the speed of bike.

About Pink Splat Productions
Pink Splat Productions tell queer stories. Tamsin, Dani and Rob came together as part of the Arcola Queer Collective, creating a whistle stop tour through 50 years of queer-story: 'THEY THEM WE US - a queer story'. Since then they have taken to the streets at Forest Gate Pride (of which Rob is a founding member), they have been on stage at The Actor's Centre, The King's Head and in the salubrious basement of Summerhall. They are now delighted to be producing their first show as a company for Vault festival.