Supported by Byron Vincent
Friday 13th September
Doors open at 7, Performance starts at 7:30,
The Frazer Theatre.
Tickets £10 / Concessions £8.
Britain is booming and Molly moves to London from deepest Cornwall full of naïve dreams, high hopes and on a quest to make her life just like the movies. Then on 7/7/2005, she finds herself on a tube blown up by terrorists and her life is forced to take a different direction. Funny, frank and poetic; this is the true story of what happened next and how we put things back together after they’ve been blown apart.
“Naylor writes with a poet’s ear for rhythm and metaphor, and delivers with a stand-up’s comic timing.” Irish Times
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Molly Naylor is a scriptwriter, poet and performer. Her first solo show Whenever I get Blown up I think of you, debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2010 to critical acclaim. She was commissioned to write an audio adaptation of the show for BBC radio 4, which was described by the Guardian as a ‘brave, funny, tough and beautiful piece of writing.’ Her first poetry collection You Clown was published by the Book Hive in 2012 and Molly is currently writing a television sitcom with writer and broadcaster John Osborne.
Her second show My Robot Heart is a collaboration with band The Middle Ones and is currently on tour throughout 2013, and Harrogate Theatre is one of her pit stops.