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Poignant OCD drama

The Crease...centre, Helen Adam reflects back on her life with back, John Morton, Jennifer Scully, Andy Milsom, Joanne Wright, Mike Herbert, Sue Root and Andrew Dawes. Front, Anna Wyburn and Sasha Tabberer during rehearsals at Kibworth Old Grammar school. (Picture: Andrew Carpenter/MHMP 001601-31)

The Crease...centre, Helen Adam reflects back on her life with back, John Morton, Jennifer Scully, Andy Milsom, Joanne Wright, Mike Herbert, Sue Root and Andrew Dawes. Front, Anna Wyburn and Sasha Tabberer during rehearsals at Kibworth Old Grammar school. (Picture: Andrew Carpenter/MHMP 001601-31)

A POIGNANT drama about living with obsessive compulsive disorder is being performed in Kibworth this month.

Kibworth Theatre Company is putting on The Crease – written and directed by their own Alison Langrick – from November 22 to 24.

The play is a poignant and entertaining drama about how a woman’s OCD tendencies lead her to strive for perfection in everything – causing problems which affect her life, her long suffering family and her job.

The part is played by two actors.

One as the younger Helen and the other as her older self reflecting upon what could have happened if her life had been different.

The play will be performed at Kibworth Grammar School Hall from Thursday, November 22 to Saturday, November 24.

Shows start at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £7, are available from Kibworth DIY in Fleckney Road, Kibworth or on 0116 2792727.

A group booking discount is available.

Buy 10 tickets and get one free.

 

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