It is with the greatest pleasure that share with you some great news from our very own Rebekah Horton who is a full time student, studying Acting and Theatre Foundation Degree in Exeter College. She’s also 21 years old and is diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome and Semantic Pragmatic Language Disorder.
Rebekah has written and will be directing a play to be showcased at The Bike Shed Theatre, our usual home. Auditions are still being held, if you are interested, please get in touch.
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Martha Levis is struggling to pay for her drug addiction to the violent drug dealer. Ignores the advice from her best friend, Natasha, Martha decides to use ‘Plenty of Fish’ online dating site in order to find a wealthy man.
Meanwhile, after six years of being a widower, Charlie believes he wouldn’t find love again. Until Harry persuades him to give a few dating sites a try. Soon after meeting, the relationship between Martha and Charlie grows rapidly, but so does the suspicions from Charlie’s eldest daughter, Kelly.
Still grieving for her mother, Kelly feels that her family is against her. She begins to feel that Charlie is replacing her mother as a punishment. However, Charlie’s youngest daughter, Rachel, wants to help her sister to accept and move on with life.
Tension grows intense, as Martha continues to be emotionally disturbed by her past after her traumatic event. Believing it’s the effect of the drugs, she is still tormented by those around her, dead and alive. With her relationship with Charlie, she realizes that she must set things right to move on into the future. She confesses to Charlie and his daughters in the police station. This teaches everyone that the keys to any good relationship are communication, trust and honesty.