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DRY

Life in the Cotswolds is good, and hard working James and Ellen Wilson enjoy relaxing with a drink, or two, or three, and often entertain friends with good food and quite a few bottles of good wine. Where does this drinking stop, or does it? And how does teenage daughter Chloe cope with the cracks appearing in the formerly smooth running household? A one hour play with music, which takes a hard-hitting look at the insidious drinking habits many of us have succumbed to. Full of partying, laughs and hard hitting facts, the Wilsons may well benefit from reducing their alcohol consumption.

Touring in ‘Dry January’, DRY is a new one hour drama with music, commissioned by the NHS. There will be a Q&A after each performance with guest professionals from Turning Point and other local organisations.

Oxford-based Human Story Theatre focuses on new writing with a health and social care issue at heart. Their aim is to be accessible to all: to ‘pop up’ in any designated space with minimal set
7.30pm (+12noon on Saturday) £5
The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxfordshire OX1 2AQ
Thu 11 Jan 2018 to Sat 13 Jan 2018
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