I thought I’d introduce myself properly –
as is polite…”
An intimate and absurd exploration of wanting to live, wanting to die and what can happen if we sit together with the dark. Olivier Award nominee Caroline Horton reunites with director Alex Swift (★★★★ How to Win Against History, Young Vic) to bring you the show that happens after the curtain call, when the lights have gone down but the mess remains.
A messy and beautiful look at depression
Caroline Horton’s unapologetically, triumphantly bleak narrative of depression and death
Caroline Horton’s astonishing show evokes the cyclical nature of depression
Anyone hoping for another fringe show with the familiar narrative arc of triumph over adversity may well be disappointed because All of Me is far more complex and far more unsettling than that
It’s a performance, presumably rooted in truth, very artfully directed by Alex Swift. It’s not a live breakdown. Nonetheless, it’s difficult to watch ‘All of Me’ without feeling in awe