i talk to the clouds and they cry with me

A beautifully moving and honest dance theatre show about loneliness, forgiveness and friendship.

Set within a spectacular and dramatic cloud structure, and based on a true story,

two performers tell one man's struggle through illness and suffering, and his desire to live in the sky.


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TEAM

Choreographer/Director, Rhiannon Faith · Creative Producer, Maddy Morgan · Devised and Performed by Nikki Watson and Stuart Waters · Set Design by Laura Louise Cottle · Lighting Design by Azusa Ono · Music Direction by Molly O’Brien · Sound Design by Mark Webber · Photography by Foteini Christofilopoulou. 

CREDITS

Commissioned by Harlow Playhouse as part of their Mental Health Project 2019. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.  

Emotional, thought provoking and sometimes funny this play was also utterly engrossing.
So much so that this reviewer forgot that it was raining during the performance
— Your Harlow
Incredibly powerful piece of theatre. It made you laugh and cry but most importantly it made you think. So important we talk about mental health and recognise the daily struggle of people with depression
— Audience feedback, May 2019
A hard hitting and thought provoking show performed beautifully and dealt with sensitivity and understanding. Thank you
— Audience feedback, May 2019