We Live By The Sea
Katy, who is on the autistic spectrum, meets lonely teenager Ryan when he moves from the city to Katie's coastal town. They make a connection that will shake their worlds forever.
Playful visual storytelling with a live electronic score about autism, friendship and a very big wave.
'We Live By the Sea' comes to Adelaide fresh from critically acclaimed runs at the SoHo Playhouse (New York) and at the Arts Theatre in London's West End. At the Edinburgh Festival it was nominated for a Fringe First, the most prestigious award for new writing, and sold out its entire run.
Pick of the Fringe 2016, The Times
★★★★★ "A highly engaging, inventive, and outstanding piece of theatre" Scottish Arts and Culture
★★★★★ "Very raw and beautiful" The British Theatre Guide
★★★★ "Inventive, well-judged and tenderly performed" The Stage
★★★★ "A wonderful play about the power of human reliance upon one another" The Scotsman
Presented by: Joanne Hartstone in association with Patch of Blue & Greenwich Theatre
Patch of Blue make fresh, exciting and touching theatre with live music for festivals and touring, and are supported by Greenwich Theatre, UK. Based in London they tour and regularly present work at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Their work has been seen in New York, Dubai, in London's West End and across the UK, and they were recently nominated for the prestigious Fringe First award for new writing at the Edinburgh Festival.