The government have advised that, whilst stopping short of forcing theatres and cinemas to close, people should stay away, and so Storyhouse will be temporarily closed from Tuesday 17 March. We are not yet sure how long this will be for, but this does affect a number of events, shows and screenings.
Today I Wrote Everything has been cancelled. We will be in touch directly with all bookers to arrange refunds imminently.
If you have not heard from us by midnight on Friday 20 March, please click here.
We are humbled by the support of our staff, volunteers and wider community and thank you for your patience as we work through each event and contact all customers.
Remember to stay safe and look after each other.
After their sell out November performance they are back for a second time!
Today I Wrote Everything, is a cycle of six short plays written by Chris Mapp and based on the work of Daniil Kharms, a Soviet-era avant-gardist and absurdist poet, writer and dramatist, of the 1900’s. Each piece is brought up to date and asks questions about modern problems in society. The six plays are comical and farcical appropriate for all ages. These dramas also use minimal set and costume. The absurd cycle is then, after the interval, followed by a comedy set in Chester park.