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An uplifting story of hope and survival

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Tue 10 Aug - Sat 14 Aug 2021,11.30am, 6.30pm & 8.40pm

About Look, No Hands

Wind in my hair. Homeward bound. Eyes on the evening ahead. Collision 15:26. When Vee embarks on her cycling commute, she has no idea she’ll never make it home. Appearing in a Nightingale Court to face the driver - suffering from amnesia, armed only with her hospital notes, a surprise appearance on 24 Hours in A&E and a bag of ripped clothes - she tries to piece together what happened to her that day. But what she can’t work out is why something so awful… can make her feel so fantastic. And if that was dying. What is this? What is this magic? An uplifting story of hope and survival, this new one-person play explores the female cycling experience and the phenomenon known as Post Traumatic Growth. Made in partnership with female cycling club Velociposse, Look No Hands is inspired by a real-life cycling collision experienced by actor and writer Lila in 2010. Written and Performed by Lila Clements (BBC, Sky, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare’s Globe, Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Directed by Anna Ryder (Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare’s Globe, Paines Plough, Live Theatre). Recipient of the 2021 National Partnership Award with Pitlochry Festival Theatre, supported by the William Syson Foundation