Finding Nana

  • Finding Nana

    Finding Nana

    Feb

    22

  • Finding Nana

    Finding Nana

    Feb

    22

  • Finding Nana

    Finding Nana

    Feb

    22

  • Finding Nana

    Finding Nana

    Feb

    22

  • Supported by Arts Council England and Lincolnshire One Venues

    Supported by Arts Council England and Lincolnshire One Venues

    Feb

    22

Live Show

14+

Times

Prices

  • Full price

    £12.50

  • Over 60s, disabled & companion

    £11.00

  • Under 26s

    £7.50

Please note: there is a £1.50 transaction fee for booking up to 9 tickets online

New Perspectives present a heartfelt homage to Grans everywhere

Set in a seaside hotel of halcyon childhood summers, this autobiographical play by award-winning writer Jane Upton charts a heartfelt journey back to find a beloved Nana before she forgot who she was.

Finding Nana is about the unconditional love between a granddaughter and her Nana and the desperate need to capture memories before they disappear.

Extra:

Come to the Centre Bar pre-show, and contribute to our Nana Celebration Wall with photos and thoughts of your Grandma, Nan or Granny.  Or email them to us for display. Plus, optional post-show memory sharing event.

About the writer:

Jane Upton is an East Midlands based writer. She said, “This play has a piece of my heart in it. It’s a tale of love and loss and what it means to live, I think, and the crippling fear of forgetting. It’s a  tribute to that specific and amazing relationship you can only really share with a beloved grandparent. I’m so happy and grateful to be sharing our story because I'm sure so many people will relate." Jane won the George Devine Award in 2016 for All The Little Lights (Arcola and UK tour). Her other plays include Watching the Living (UK tour), Swimming (Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Festival Fringe) and Bones (Edinburgh Fringe Festival and UK tour). 

Reviews:

"Brilliant" ThreeWeeks

"You will not only feel that you know Jane's Nana, but leave with your loved ones with you" BritishTheatre.com

"Promises sepia‐tinted sentiment and delivers something far harder and more truthful" "Ingenious design, epic sound, smart and understated" The Stage

Duration: Show running time 1 hour no interval. Plus optional post-show memory sharing event for 30 mins