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Julie Hesmondhalgh stars at Royal Exchange

Julie Hesmondhalgh stars at Royal Exchange

This fearless portrait of a young woman who urgently wants to find out who she is, and a mother who is determined to protect her, marks playwright Kendall Feaver’s professional debut after winning one of the Judges Prizes in the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting 2015. Directed by Katy Rudd THE ALMIGHTY SOMETIMES is a sharply observant new play which runs in the Theatre from 9 – 24 February 2018.

Julie says...

"There is so much love, warmth and humour in this play about family, loss, mental health and creativity. It feels important to be talking about these things right now as there is an undoubted crisis around the wellbeing of our young people. I feel excited and honoured to be part of this beautiful play."

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Published: 18-Jan-2018

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