Written by Stephanie Dickson

BARK follows the story of Helen and Grace, two women who meet in the TV room of a hospital and become unlikely but firm friends.

With Christmas coming up, Helen plans something special, only for the night to fall into ruin when she discovers something about her new friend that will change everything. 

As they battle their illnesses and try to understand their place in the world, they face the ultimate question: 

What does it mean to live?



Written by Stephanie Dickson

Produced by Joseph Blake


Running Time: Approx 70 mins

Content Notice: This play includes themes of fatal illness, profanity and sexual references. Flashing lights feature in this production

Age guidance: 14+


This production is made possible by an Arts Council Culture Recovery Fund grant awarded to the Old Red Lion Theatre.


Performances dates: Thurs 17th & Sat 19th December  2020.

Each performance date has two performances - at 6pm & 8.30pm - to allow for a socially distanced auditorium.

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