Blueprint Theatre Company in association with Park Theatre presents
★★★★★ Theatre Bubble
★★★★ Evening Standard
★★★★ Stage Review
★★★★ The Stage
A post show discussion about Frozen and the themes it explores will take place in the theatre after the show on Friday April 10th.
Special guests confirmed are:
Ian Brown, Director of Frozen. Ian was artistic director of West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Dr Gwen Adshead - A forensic psychotherapist and visiting professor of psychiatry at Gresham College. Also previously consultant psychiatrist at Broadmoor Hospital.
Geoff Newiss - Director of Research at the charity PACT (Parents and Abducted Children Together) Previously, Geoff worked for the Home Office and the charity Missing People.
_On April 17th 1980 my daughter, Rhona, walked out of my house to go to her Grandma's. She never got there. She never came back. She was 10.
For years after her disappearance, Nancy keeps hope alive by imagining her daughter growing up. Then a man is arrested and Rhona’s remains are found.
Award winning dramatist Bryony Lavery has laid bare the horror of a child taken before their time. She places three characters - a mother, a child killer and a psychiatrist - under the microscope and rewards us with a sense of understanding and release.
A major play…thrilling, humane and timely - The Times
The Blueprint Theatre Company present the first full London revival of Frozen since the National Theatre’s smash hit in 2002. Frozen won the TMA Best Play Award and was also produced on Broadway where it was nominated for 4 Tony awards.
Directed by Ian Brown, formerly Artistic Director of West Yorkshire Playhouse
This play is like a time bomb ticking in the back of your head. A must see. - The Independent