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Coracle in association with Alphabetti Theatre present
Pod by Arabella Arnott | directed by Matt Jamie

SAT 18TH - SAT 25TH SEPT 2021

Performance Time: Film will be available to view at your own discretion until Sat 25th Sept.

​Tickets:  Pay What You Feel

Running Time: 90 mins (approx.)

Age Rec: 12+

Access: The film is captioned.

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A heartfelt comedy drama about families, identity, dealing with grief and running away from secrets (and bulls). 


Rose has organised a weekend away with her sister, Daisy, and mum, Iris. Husband Dan is there too, although he'd rather be training for his marathon. The four of them are spending the weekend together in a camping pod, in celebration of their dad, Geoff, who would have loved to have been there for his birthday... 


As the family gather together, they end up sharing more than just a camping pod, and as secrets come out they find the answers to questions nobody was expecting to be asked. 

This is a great piece of heartwarming and funny family drama - a highly relatable and touching slice of life, with some great North East talent.

Performed by Arabella Arnott (Best North East Actor 2019, British Theatre Guide), Judi Earl, Kylie Ann Ford and David Raynor.

Coracle are a new writing company based in Gateshead-Newcastle, and an associate company of Alphabetti Theatre.  They have produced 4 full length productions, an evening of short plays, and numerous other play readings, alongside their radio drama Podcast “Playstream”.  New writing and bold storytelling are at the heart of their work. 

Reviews from previous work: Overdue by Arabella Arnott, directed by Matt Jamie

"A witty, powerful, mesmerising insight into relationships.  A total triumph 5 STARS" ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ the-avant-garde.co.uk

“a strong cast and intelligent writing have produced a powerful entertaining drama...This is a great production”

North East Theatre Guide (Awarded Best of Fringe)

“Beautifully performed and sensitively directed. Touching and perceptive" The Chronicle