Undocumented by Anita Vettesse

Tue 13 Oct - Tue 27 Oct 2020

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A Mull Theatre Production

Undocumented
by Anita Vettesse

Performed by Ashley Smith and Simon Donaldson
Directed by Beth Morton

Cinematography                  Jamie Wardrop
Composer                               Simon Liddell
Set and Costume Design  Jessica Brettle
Lighting Design                    Jamie Wardrop
Sound Design                        Martin Low

“I know what the fear is.
The fear is not for what is lost.
What is lost is already in the wall.
What is lost is already behind the locked doors.
The fear is for what is still to be lost.”  Joan Didion.

When Pete volunteers for the second homeowner watch committee, equipped with a state-of-the-art walkie talkie and a high viz vest he doesn’t expect to meet anyone. Not at five in the morning. Not on the remotest part of the island. But he does. He meets Jess, armed only with a small carrier bag and huge desire to be left alone. But Pete’s not having it, he has a job to do - to protect his beloved island from incomers. But what if the incomers need protection… from themselves.

A hopeful love story (of sorts) about two people finding the strength to let go of the past and look to the future.

 

 

Age Guidance: 14 +
 

Pre-booking is available for both plays together as a series only and pre-booked tickets will be valid for 48 hours from 8pm on 13th October. After 13th October tickets for each play can either be purchased separately or together for the remainder of the run, with tickets being valid for either 24 or 48 hours after purchase respectively.

Please note the time zone on our ticket sales link states 3pm Pacific Time, which translates to 8pm GMT/UTC


Warning: This play features scenes and references to suicide.

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Photograph: Sarah Darling Photography