29 May - 1 June
A captivating solo show of dreams and life colliding from Fringe First award winner
Funeral Flowers follows the story of Angelique, a 17-year-old whose dreams of being a florist are a refuge from a complicated adolescence.
With her mum in prison, Angelique faces bullying, abuse and growing up in the care system. A visceral, captivating solo production written and performed by Fringe First and Filipia Bragança award winner Emma Dennis-Edwards
There will be a post-show Q&A taking place on Thursday 30 May with writer/ actor/ performer Emma Dennis-Edwards
Please note: this performance will include exposure to fresh flowers and pollen. Please discuss with Box Office team if you have any concerns
Please be aware that this production contains subject matter and scenes of sexual violence which may be triggering to survivors of sexual assault. Should you need to, you can leave and come back in at any time.
This is a promenade production, where the audience moves around the space. We are working to ensure that this is accessible to all. To help us do that, if you have any access requirements please do contact us
Writer/Performer – Emma Dennis-Edwards
Director – Rachel Nwokoro
Associate Director – Sophia Compton
Designer – Minglu Wang