These are challenging times for all of us – but mired in a recession with vast unemployment and growing numbers of depressed people, what is enough? The Enough Project at The Lowry was started to ask that very question, and continues to do so with this double bill of two related, but markedly different plays. Brimming – written by Emma Adams – centres on the attempts of a dysfunctioning family to get through a disastrous dinner party, wondering when and how we can say ‘enough’. Something Right – by Cathy Crabb, winner of MEN’s Fringe Award for Best Production – works around the influence of others on our behaviour, and at what point it becomes unacceptable. As well as the shows themselves, the writers will also be offering a writing workshop, giving participants an opportunity to develop ideas and different techniques with two darkly funny, switched-on playwrights.

Thu 20 – Sat 22 Jun, The Lowry, The Quays, Salford, M50, 8pm (plus a matinee on Sat 22 Jun at 3pm), £12, (for workshop places, call 0113 234 6911 or email, £5, includes ticket to show, limited availability)

Thu 20 Jun - Sat 22 Jun
Matthew Britton
Published on:
Mon 10 Jun 2013