Written by Paul Kelly, directed by Susan Raasay, and premiered at the INK Festival 2017, Another Northern Man transferred to the Hope Theatre in London.

‘…go and rebuild your life, your family, your career. Maybe have a shave. How about that? However, if you continue with this vitriol towards me, I will dismantle you.’

Grief-stricken Noel turns to therapist Phillip for answers after the death of his hero.

When their relationship falters, suspicions grow and the truth becomes lost to obsession.

Andrew Murton, Creative Director and Actor at Hambre Productions says ‘we’re involved because the reaction at the INK Festival was so raw, potent and visceral that a wider audience need to experience this play. The Hope Theatre is the perfect place to make that happen.’


Written by Bill Cashmore, music by Denis King, directed by Julia Sowerbutts and premiered at the INK Festival 2016, Daughter was developed and transferred to the Pleasance Theatre in London.

“Condensed into just 55 minutes, Daughter packs quite a punch. This is a play about family and the importance of appreciating every second we have with the people we love – but it also reflects on the nature of memory and those “flashbulb moments” that stay with us forever, for better or worse. A powerful piece of theatre, both enjoyable and haunting, Daughter is well worth a visit.”

4* Review by Liz Dyer
London Theatre