An inexplicable curse causes Nathan to skip a year and a day into the future, every-time he falls asleep, only existing for twenty-four hours, once a year before being thrown forward in time. Leaving behind a botched heist, the love of his life, his debt-ridden family and an upset criminal gang, Nathan must learn how to help the ones he cares about in this new and ever-changing existence.
Spanning sixty-five years and two countries, A Year and a Day is a bold, poignant and darkly funny exploration of a man trying to right his wrongs as he rapidly skips through time. Brought to you by Raising Cain Productions (My Other Half, Last Shot, Confess), and performed in many voices by Christopher Sainton-Clark, A Year and a Day is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout this twisting, turning journey.
Based on the podcast, 'The Book at the End of the Shelf' - https://www.youtube.com/@raisingcainproductions/videos
'Sainton-Clark chills and entertains in equal measure' - Chris Sadler
'A bold, brave and bullish soul' - East Anglian Theatre Podcast
‘A Year and a Day is amazing. Brilliantly told!’ – Listener review from The Book at the End of the Shelf
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