Put The Book Down in association with Theatre503 presents

Mine

Written by Doug Deans
Directed by Thomas Carter and Kathryn King
Book Now

£10 Standard

RUNNING TIME: 50mins (no interval)

A woman waits for her son to come home from a night out. The police arrive. Everything changes.

Mine is an intense one-woman play examining what a parent must overcome when their child is arrested for something truly unspeakable.

Put The Book Down are excited to bring their debut show to Theatre503 after garnering critical acclaim and multiple awards on the Fringe Festival circuit.

WINNER: Best of Brighton Fringe Theatre Award 2017
WINNER: IYAF Festival Friends Award 2017
SPECIAL COMMENDATION FOR ACTING: NSDF Edinburgh Award 2017
SPECIAL COMMENDATION FOR WRITING: NSDF Edinburgh Award 2017
NOMINATED: IYAF Best Individual Performance 2017

Doug Deans

Doug Deans is a writer and performer from Leicester. Mine is Doug’s first play, which he has toured extensively across the UK with actress Maisie Barlow. He is currently writing his second play as part of Curve Theatre’s Writers Lab. Aside from playwrighting, Doug has written the music for the touring family show The Nose That Nobody Picked. He has also written and performed spoken-word and was a member of the Roundhouse Poetry Collective 2016-2017.

Dates

Thursday 3 May Thu 3 May 19:30 Book Now
Friday 4 May Fri 4 May 19:30 Book Now
Saturday 5 May Sat 5 May 19:30 Book Now
Artistic Team
Writer
Doug Deans
Director
Thomas Carter and Kathryn King
Cast
Cast
Maisie Barlow
★★★★ BroadwayBaby
Posted on 18 May 2018

"Mine is an emotional 50 minutes of intense theatre; but 50 minutes you’d be daft to miss."

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★★★★ SpyInTheStalls
Posted on 25 March 2018

"touching and thought-provoking. At times hard to watch, at times hilarious. It strikes a perfect balance, making the story of a mother who has suffered at the hands of her son’s actions an unforgettable show."

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Top Rated Show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe - The Scotsman
Posted on 15 August 2016

"The complex moral conceit behind Mine sees a powerful four-star monologue delivered with intensity by actress Maisie Barlow."

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★★★★ The Scotsman
Posted on 9 August 2016

"It's a claustrophobic glimpse into the nightmare world of an ordinary woman struggling behind closed doors with the destruction of her maternal bond."

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★★★★ A Younger Theatre
Posted on 9 August 2016

"It is the mystery of the story, combined with Barlow’s performance, which keeps us intrigued."

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