Old Times

Penwith College 21st Mar 2023 7:30pm

Twins Stephan and Zafer are about to turn 18. However, life is throwing up complications: Zafer is ill and Steph is scared their past is about to catch up with them.

Five years ago, Steph, Zafer and their friends were involved in the murder of a policeman. Only one of them was accused and convicted: well-known trouble-maker and ‘bad kid’ Tom Joy.

When Steph finds out Tom Joy has been released from prison, she fears he will be out for revenge and decides it’s time to get the gang back together. Steph has a plan to protect them all, but will they ever be able to move on?

Molly Taylor is a writer and theatre-maker from Liverpool. Recent projects include The Key Workers Cycle at the Almeida; Sinder at Dundee Rep; and Me for the World for Young Vic Taking Part. Her plays for young people include The Wave and Cacophony at the Almeida; What Was Left at Southwark Playhouse; and Earthlings at The Yard. Her solo shows include Extinguished Things at Edinburgh Fringe / Adelaide Fringe; and Love Letters to the Public Transport System for National Theatre of Scotland.

Part of National Theatre Connections, performed by students of Acorn Young People’s Theatre

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