The Drowner

A man runs on a beach, desperate to call the emergency services after discovering a woman washed up by the sea. Told in rapid, alternating flashbacks on an atmospheric, pebble strewn stage, the young man’s story unravels as the audience is forced to question their assumptions. What was, what could have been and what should have been twist into a single memory.

The Drowner was nominated for a Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe 2005



Directed by Ben Duke and Raquel Meseguer
Conceived by Ben Duke and Raquel Meseguer

Performers: Ben Duke, Raquel Meseguer
Music: Jim de Zoete
Lighting Design: Sally Ferguson
Costume & Set Designer: Gilly Dawson



Created with support from Windsor Arts Centre.
Tour supported by the Arts Council England.



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