All Of Me (The Possibility of Future Splendour)

A show about depression and death… sorry about that.

Written and performed by Olivier Award nominee Caroline Horton comes a ★★★★★ intimate and absurd exploration of wanting to live, wanting to die and what can happen if we sit together with the dark.

Grudgingly hopeful, occasionally funny, Caroline reunites with director Alex Swift (★★★★ Mess) to bring you an unapologetically dark show about dark things.

Running Time: 70 minutes

Age guidance: 14+


This show contains themes of depression and suicidality, if you feel overwhelmed during the performance you are welcome to leave the theatre and return at any point. There are moments of loud noise.

The following organisations offer information, advice and support around mental health issues:
Samaritans on 116 123 provide 24-hour confidential, non-judgmental emotional support.
Mind on 0300 123 3393 (UK) provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Big White Wall is an online service for people who have common, distressing mental health problems. Through social networking, a community of people are supported by trained "wall guides", so they can manage their own mental health.
To find out about other local and national mental health services available you can visit the NHS website.

Please note: The trailer below contains mature content

Theatrically alive at every moment

The Independent

It’s messy… it’s beautiful

The Guardian

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