Grin Theatre Company are pleased to accounce the annual return of Voices! come and see newly written monologues pooled in from across the north west and beyond performed by a fantastic group and young and emerging actors.
George Waiting by Kiefer Williams
George is a young gay man who is waiting for his partner in a hospital who is actually in a counselling session because of his HIV status. George reflects on his life, his "love" for his partner and his eventual betrayal. A dramatic, dark, at times funny journey into a real heart of darkness.
Trip to the Festival – by Ian D Hall
One woman's look at how life is changed in an instant, how life is about caring and musical memories and how those we care for sometimes are far too lost to ever reciprocate that love.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Sarah Lowes
'Sweet Essex girl and WAG Chanelle just loves to talk about her footballer boyfriend Gary, but what sinister depths she reveals..'
Clown Time Is Over by Ian Salmon
A stand up comic narrates the absurd manner of their death from the viewpoint of the afterlife and reinforces the world’s natural distrust of clowns.
Factory by Tom Hodson
Neil is a college student, who put something witty on his work experience form and ended up being send to a bread factory. As he sits by the production line, picking off burned bread, he talks about his day and he views on the world of work.
Drifting by Brian Wharton
"Sometimes I remember everything and plan on finishing that bestseller", Betty Recants her life from the mundane to the extraordinary and to her first as a new Born