£15.00 (£12.00), U30s (10 per performance): £10.00
About the event
The lights are up on Libby - a girl who can't see. Libby is visually impaired, but she wants to function like everyone else. Inspirational. Her life suddenly changes when she takes on a dystopian world of Reasonable Adjustment Robots with no social skills and a government that categorises disabled people as ‘functioning” and “non-functioning’. Entirely fictional of course.
Written by disabled playwright Amy Bethan Evans, directed by Spencer Charles Noll and starring award-nominated comedian and actor Georgie Morrell, Libby’s Eyes examines the human relationships in life as a disabled person and what it truly means to function. This accessible production will be narrated by a highly talented audio describer.