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In the pristine walls of a gallery,  a local woman’s story unfolds.
As an aging woman teeters on the edge of loneliness,
the museum backdrop holds the key to her salvation.

BLUEPRINTS MUSEUM

A devised, interactive production about mothers and how they screw us up, SORRY save us

 

Directed by Grace O’Keefe (director of 5* sell-out show, Bad Teacher), Lobster Frock’s brand new, fictional museum adventure is based on their genre-defying digital theatre piece with the same name. Drawing on the extraordinary real-life experiences of South London women, it is a powerful, local story of hope, courage, and humanity – and a heartfelt tribute to mothers.

 

Tackling themes on aging, isolation and loneliness, Blueprints Museum has been created in collaboration with Lewisham and Southwark communities aged 65+ from The Albany and Age UK.

Through surrealist design and immersive theatre, Lobster Frock’s multicultural cast will catapult you into the dilapidated, remnants of a mystery woman’s life to try and answer the question, who is she?

 

Supported by and is in partnership with Age UK Lewisham-Southwark, MOCA London and Meet Me at The Albany

 
Created and performed by Rosy Fordham and Kirsty Blewett
Directed and produced by Grace O'Keefe
Wellbeing Support Sinead Parker
Original desigEmma Lynch
Design Natalie Johnson
Video Matthew Kaltenborn
Originally inspired by Blueprints: A Digital Adventure
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