The Hunger at Theatre@41

Nadja Moncolova, Contributor
Black Bright Theatre

The Hunger at Theatre@41, York 15 April 2022 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

Set in North Yorkshire in 1986, The Hunger follows Megan and Deborah, who live on an isolated farm – their only refuge. Their coexistence is harmonic, but definitely not idyllic. Yet their fragile harmony is quickly thrown into a dark, downward spiral when a young boy suddenly appears.

The Hunger at Theatre@41 is what can be best described as kitchen sink drama meets post-apocalyptic horror. This original play is about morality and motherhood at the end of the world.

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