Lauded as the best in contemporary theatre, this intimate performance by Chloé Déchery explores friendship, labour, commonality and long-distance relationships. Over the course of the narrative, which includes fragments of conversation, props, music and more, the stage is transformed into the sea, a paining and a cafe and various worlds inbetween. Perfect for those who enjoy the proximity of one writer-performer on stage, Parisian writer-performer and artist Déchery devised the piece with collaborators such as Simone Kenyon, Deborah Pearson and Pedro Inês. Collectively, their voices explore, ironically perhaps (seeing as this remains a solo show), what it means to be together. With her gentle wit and insightful line of enquiry, Déchery is a favourite of British theatre critics. This is among her first solo appearances in the region.

Thu 7 Apr, Waterside Arts Centre, 1 Waterside, Sale M33 7ZF. Tel: 0161 912 5616, 8pm, £8/10,

Thu 7 Apr
Joshua Gordon
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Thu 7 Apr 2016