“You think you see me – but you don’t, not really”. – Squirrel.
“Hilarious and revelatory in turn, with razor sharp writing and electrifying acting. Highly recommended.” – Michael Beakhouse.”
“This is very verité. Very real, very modern” -Bath Fringe Festival
Described by Rhys Hayes of the leading ‘Off West End’ Finborough Theatre, as ‘an energetic, bold monologue that addresses mental health issues in a compassionate and thoughtful way’. ELEPHANTS follows Squirrel, a young person in their late teens. Seen through Squirrel’s philosophy of life it explores loss, and the character’s inability to come to terms with it as they struggle with PTSD; and a system that has consistently abandoned them throughout their young life. Young people are often demonised but should never be generalised.
“Deborah Riggs gives an outstanding emotional performance, with power and intensive expression” – Cardiff Times.
Atomic Clock are a collaborative Theatre Company based in Bristol and Cardiff, who perform self-devised Drama, Performance and Live Art.
Recommended audience age 15 due to some infrequent very strong language.
Bristol: 21st and 22nd June @ Cafe Kino, Bristol (PLUS Q+A Session after events).