A brand new solo show by Phoebe McIntosh, for the 2017 Wandsworth Fringe Festival
Thurs 11 May, 8pm
History teacher Layla McKinnon is preparing for her wedding to Andy in the school holidays when she discovers that there are a few things she needs to learn before heading down the aisle. There’s something about their pasts that she finds unsettling; a threat to her friendships, her sense of identity and the wedding itself.
As she pieces together her family tree, reminisces about the past and worries about the future, she tries to hold onto her best friend and her husband-to-be and find out who she is and where she fits in.
Written and performed by Phoebe McIntosh, this bold new solo show presents the mixed-race experience from a new perspective and asks if the difficulties of the past will always pose a threat to the future and if discovering your identity means picking a side.
Part of the 2017 Wandsworth Fringe