Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister
Performed by Rebecca Peyton
Since her big sister, BBC journalist Kate Peyton, was murdered in Somalia, Rebecca has had rather a strange time. Following a smash-hit debut at the Edinburgh Festival, she welcomes us to her world in a passionately political, sharply comical and painfully personal account of life after Kate.
Crafting a moving and often comic tapestry of private moments from a public tragedy, Rebecca tells her own story of a courageous journalist and a loving big sister, whom she misses.
**** ‘A reminder of how almost absurdly precious life is’ – Times
**** ‘A well-crafted, subtle piece of storytelling’ – Scotsman***** ‘We walked out feeling vibrantly alive’ – Three Weeks
**** ‘Breathtaking’ – Fest
‘No one tells a story like Rebecca’ – Chris Addison
Tickets still availible- £12/ £10 conc.