WAKE: one small word

WAKE - a short lived trail left by a vessel as it travels through water;  emerge from sleep;  a celebration of a life?

In our latest new play of the same name, we explore this little word and what it means for one person - Mel, a middle aged woman, an only child brought up by her religious father, now alone in the world, trying to find her way.

It's a story we hope will strike a chord with many, and we're delighted to be staging the premiere in a converted Wesleyan chapel - The Depozitory, in Ryde - once a place of worship, now artist studios and gallery space.  

The building has moved on, adapted; something we all have to do.

The things we believe in - yoga, money, kindness, religion, career - help us through the day. But what happens when the doubts creep in? Where do we turn?

Mel is about to find out, with a little help from her friends ...!

We hope you enjoy this one hour production, which should make you laugh as well as make you think. 

Tickets are now on sale at www.ticketsource.co.uk/origins, priced £6.60.

WAKE is being staged on July 1 and 2 as part of Ryde Arts Festival.