If Destroyed Still True - Featuring Molly Naylor and Iain Ross
£10 (Or £14 for Live Literature Double Bill)
Norwich Arts Centre
A new show which explores youth, friendship and teenage selves. Part of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival.
“Brave, funny, tough and beautiful writing” (the Guardian on Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You).
How well do you get on with your teenage self? Last year Molly Naylor saw an old school friend in a sauna. Rather than engage in small talk, she found a way to hide from her in what's essentially a small, hot shed. It was weird and it occurred to her that her relationship with her teenage self might be slightly dysfunctional.
Find out more in If Destroyed Still True; an original new show about youth, friendship, growing up and dealing with your teenage self. Written and performed by Molly Naylor (BBC Radio 4's Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You) with live music by Iain Ross (Bearsuit, Mega Emotion), the show features autobiography and songs and will be a great night out that we highly recommend.
Book your ticket
for If Destroyed Still True now, or buy a joint ticket
for our Live Literature Double Bill with Stand By For Tape Back-Up for £14 .
About Molly Naylor
first solo show, Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2010 before touring internationally. Her second live show My Robot Heart was a collaboration with band The Middle Ones and was supported by Battersea Arts Centre, Bristol Old Vic, The Junction Cambridge and Escalator. It was produced by Show and Tell and toured throughout 2013.
Follow Molly on Twitter @MollyNaylor
About Iain Ross
Iain Ross started the indie band ‘bearsuit’ over ten years ago. After releasing four albums, touring Europe and the US, and playing festivals, radio sessions and hundreds of gigs with the band, ‘If Destroyed Still True’ is Iain’s first musical collaboration for the stage. As well as songs, he has also written drama scripts, and was a finalist last year in the BBC Writer’s Prize competition (for new writers). He won the Writers’ Centre Norwich TLC Free Reads
prize in 2013, and is currently developing a script with BBC Radio 4.
Dramaturgy by Joe Dunthorne. Produced by Beckie Darlington. Supported by Arts Council England, and Escalator East to Edinburgh. Developed at Battersea Arts Centre.
This event is brought to you in partnership with Norwich Arts Centre.