September 1 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Homeless Comforts comes to Faversham after its hugely successful debut at the Etcetera Theatre, as part of the Camden Fringe.
Alana frequently passes the enigmatic Martin, a local homeless man. She attempts to peel back the barriers he puts up against a society that ignores him, learning she has more in common with him than she believed possible. What draws her to him? Why is he so evasive? What secrets hide? We are all potentially one life event away from being homeless.
‘Painstakingly created… shows empathy, knowledge and understanding’
‘Excellent chemistry between the actors, Paul Bridger and Elizabeth Cachia…. sympathetically directed by Al Carretta’
‘Well written, well acted, provocative and inspiring’
‘A compelling watch’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Peter Yates – londontheatre1.com
‘Atmospheric, dynamically crafted direction by Al Carretta’
‘Paul Bridger shows intelligence, sympathy, emotion and intensity’
‘The excellent Elizabeth Cachia shows empathy, kindness and optimism’
‘A socially dramatic play, not to be missed’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Gavin Sanctis – The open door
‘Beautifully researched, grounded in reality’
‘An engaging drama acted, written and directed with a respectful awareness of a very real and important problem’
Shona Catherine – viewsfromthegods.co.uk
Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue after the show (suggested minimum donation £7).