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An Act of Kindness

An Act of Kindness
Two strangers meet at a bus stop. Martin, a successful young professional, leads a wildly different life to Leila, a daydreaming waitress at a greasy spoon. Living amidst the chaos of London, both struggle with what is expected of them as a man, as a woman, and where they fit into society.

Set solely at a bus stop, the play explores gender pressure and its impact on our identity.  As their worlds collide, Leila and Martin begin to consider how: if we open ourselves to others, a stranger's perspective can clarify our own.

“A superb piece of theatre that is clever, funny and poignant” 

★★★★★Theatre Weekly
★★★★★ ThreeWeeks

An Act Of Kindness received sell out runs in London and Edinburgh Fringe 2017, winning Theatre Weekly ‘Best of the Fest’ award for Best Writing.
“Genuinely touching to all but the hardest-hearted”
The Scotsman