Just 2 more days to see Poison at the Orange Tree Theatre

Just 2 more days to see Poison at the Orange Tree Theatre

Zubin Varla and Claire Price in POISON by Lot Vekemans - Orange Tree Theatre - Photo by The Other Richard

Poison explores grief and how to survive.

Lot Vekeman’s 2010 play Poison has been a major hit across Europe and was translated from the original Dutch for its New York premiere last year. It is now on at the Orange Tree Theatre until December 2nd but it is well worth making the effort to see.

This isn’t just because there are only two characters, whose names we never know. It’s that this couple’s situation is every parent’s worst nightmare. This is a play about grief: about the different ways individuals deal with it; about the pressing need for those individuals to talk about it; and about why it’s so hard for them to talk about it to each other.

For more information on the production and theatre click here and for a review of the play click here

SLOW is a local bereavement charity and can provide support here in Islington and North London for anyone affected by the loss of a child or sibling.

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