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Blending fact with fiction to explore unconventional love, state homicide and cats.
“I’m trying to understand why British women fall in love with men on death row. I’m corresponding with Jonny, incarcerated in Texas. I’m trying to understand how the death penalty fits into our world. I’m trying not to be judgemental."
As seen on BBC2's Edinburgh Nights, and winner of the Arts Award Voice Pick of Edinburgh Fringe.
Written and performed by Stephanie Ridings, whose most recent work, Unknown Male, opened at Birmingham REP to critical acclaim and was awarded the 2014 Peter Brook / Mark Marvin Award.
A Bite Size commissioned from China Plate, mac birmingham and Warwick Arts Centre. Supported by Birmingham REP, Produced by Pippa Frith. Supported by Arts Council England, The Sir Barry Jackson Trust and the Peggy Ramsay Foundation.
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