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Immerse yourself in a stunning new show

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Following the success of the national tour of their ground breaking production Gatecrash, Zest Theatre is inviting audiences to delve into another fictional world for their latest show, which is coming to Stamford Arts Centre.

Take a look into the lives and minds of three young people as their world gets turned upside down. Stand with them as they recover, survive and maybe even Thrive as you immerse yourself in this visually stunning production.

Developed in collaboration with psychologists and inspired by true stories of young people, Thrive is an interactive and life-affirming look at finding compassion, forgiveness, perseverance and hope in the face of adversity.

Director Toby Ealden said: “Together with our set designer Barney George we’ve created a world that gives audiences a 360 view into the lives of our characters. They’ll stand side by side with them and become a community dealing with the sudden death of a mutual friend. But this isn’t morbid or depressing, it’s packed with humour, life and the possibility of finding strength and hope through adversity.”

Tickets for the performance, which is taking place at the Arts Centre on Wednesday, November 11 at 6pm and 8pm, are priced at £10 each (£8 concessions) and £5 for students or under 26s.

For more information and to book now please visit the website at http://www.stamfordartscentre.com/ or call the box office on 01780 763203.


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