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By Gaye Poole 
Presented by Human Story Theatre

The Wilsons maybe middle class and middle aged but there is nothing middling about their alcohol intake. Can they keep the ‘toxic' out of ‘intoxicated' and keep the family together, or is it a case of sorrows drowned?

A new one hour play, plus post-show Q&A with guest professionals, supported by The Nelson Trust.

Human Story Theatre focuses on new plays with a health and social care issue at heart. Their aim is to be accessible to all: to ‘pop up’ in any designated space with minimal set, giving a shared light shared space experience. Human Story Theatre partners with local communities and groups relevant to the issue being explored in each play.

"For us, Human Story Theatre are a valuable and useful addition to our programme, tackling social and community issues but doing so with engaging, well made pieces of theatre." - (John Terry, Artistic Director, The Theatre Chipping Norton)

"… they produce the kind of work that we are keen to present: new, well written, well executed, thought provoking and reaching out to new audiences." - (Jeremy Spafford, Director, Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford)

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