Wallwein returns to Hull and the BBC Contains Strong language Festival 2019 with her hit play Hidden written for Manchester Camerata
“What would dementia look like? It would look like a broken-down cello, all the strings stretched and breaking.”
Hidden is a new theatre piece written by award-winning poet, playwright and performer, Louise Wallwein (MBE), created through a programme of public engagement and creative enquiry into the lived experience of young onset dementia. Hidden addresses the challenges that both people living with young onset and their loved ones are faced with in a powerful and uncompromising piece.
Cast: Susan Aderin, Danielle Henry, Robin Lyons, Alexandra Mathie. Musicians: Jaydev Mistry, Andrea Vogler, Svetlana Mochalova
Writer: Louise Wallwein. Director: Sue Roberts. Lighting Designer: Alastair West. Stage Manager: Caitlin Chatfield. Producer: Jacqui Barnes, Camerata in the Community.
Produced by Manchester Camerata with the kind support of the Wellcome Trust.
RUNNING TIME: 1 hr 30 mins
LOCATION: Hull College, The Horncastle Building, Charlotte Street, Hull, HU1 3DG
WARNINGS: Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult
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