04 May Inside acclaimed stage play “Still I See My Baby”
A new science fiction dystopian stage play dubbed “Still I See My Baby” has got the locals talking at the critical acclaimed play answers some very interesting questions.
We change our world to suit our needs. It’s human nature. Still I See My Baby imagines a world where pursuit of perfection drives a seductive evil. Do you call in the Church to discipline your wayward daughter? Would you correct your gay gene? Who is responsible for the mass grave of orphans beneath our feet? Why won’t the teachers tell you who has taken your child?
Still I See My Baby was written by Dan Horrigan and is being directed by Peter Taylor.
The play is very much relevant in this day and age where all we thinking about is us, us and us !
Fancy having a watch? You can watch the play here:
The Arches at St Mary’s Church: 6th May 2017 – 2.15PM to 3.30PM,
The Arches at St Mary’s Church: 9th May 2017 – 6.30PM to 7.45PM
£12.50 / £10
The Arches at St Mary’s Church Putney,
Putney High Street