Powdered paint in vibrant colours hits the face of a young white man with open mouth and closed eyes. He has short red hair and beard and wears an orange t-shirt. Join Matt as he discovers Reasons To Stay Alive audio-described by VocalEyes - describing the arts at the Bristol Old Vic and touring this autumn; https://bit.ly/2YDAwPv

Reasons To Stay Alive

Audio described by VocalEyes.

At 24, Matt’s world collapsed under the weight of depression. This is the true story of his journey out of crisis; a profoundly uplifting exploration of living and loving better.

The first theatrical adaptation of Matt Haig’s frank and funny bestseller. This play with music and movement, imagined for the stage by Jonathan Watkins, celebrates what it means to be alive.

Matt Haig’s Reasons to Stay Alive was a number one bestseller. He is also the author of six highly acclaimed novels for adults, including How to Stop Time, The Humans and The Radleys.

By Matt Haig
Imagined for the stage by Jonathan Watkins
Text written by April de Angelis

Booking contact number 0191 230 5151 Booking contact email [email protected]



Northern Stage

Barras BridgeNewcastle-Upon-TyneNE1 7RHTyne and Wear
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