“You’ll never be happy here. We were. Then we weren’t”

“Carr’s writing is sensitive, sparse and intelligent, leaving the audience to read between the lines to work out what actually happened … It’s very real. It’s very moving. It’s just superb” – QuietManDave

Monday 13th – Saturday 18th March 2017 (times vary)

troublehouse theatre present REMAINS

By Alison Carr
Directed by David Crowley

Lottie went missing a year ago on her way home from school. As arrangements are made to reconstruct her last known whereabouts, troublehouse theatre invites you inside the home of Elle and Susan on the anniversary of their sister’s disappearance. Step through the front door and witness for yourself a story of family, loss and identity from award winning writer Alison Carr.

The Children’s Society and The Missing People charities, Bolton at Home, and Bolton Council kindly support this production.

For more information and to book head to the Octagon Theatre website

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