‘It’s craving Something. A heartbeat. A monumental kick. Something to show I’m worthy. How can I call myself a woman? How?‘
Created by new production company, Springbok, These Craters of Ours follows Josh and Rosie as they return from a night out in London and are forced to confront what haunts their happily ever after – their futures. Reflecting on their youthful days as cocaine-snorting and rave-going university students, Josh and Rosie find hope in the fact that maybe they need a taste of their past to inspire their future. But what starts the night off as innocent fun and reminiscing only leads to angry confrontation and a stampede of skeletons from their closets.
These Craters of Ours tackles issues surrounding the emotional and physical strain of women’s fertility issues in the 21st century and comments on the struggles men face when they are unable to live up to toxic male stereotypes. The play exposes the harmful nature of nuclear familiar ideals and is an ode to any wrestling with the complexities of growing up in a pre-determined society. In a world exploding with social transformation. Theatre is no longer purely for entertainment but also for justice and commentary. Springbok Production House is committed to this as their contribution to the industry and their new play, These Craters of Ours is no exception to this mission.
This production is part of Camden Fringe.
Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 7pm.
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance.
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.