10:08AM, Friday 21 April 2017
Sometimes in life, you have to allow yourself to be hurt and face your fears.
That’s the premise behind Delphine, a one-woman show written and performed by Clare Pointing.
The show gives the audience an insight into the struggles and crippling doubts that the main character, Delphine, faces.
The performance may seem to be about falling in love, but really it’s about being brave, facing fears, growing up and taking a step away from the familiar into the new.
Inspired loosely by Clare’s own experience of growing up in a single parent family, the show also explores how the things that happen in early life play a part in shaping who we become as adults.
Clare was one of the founding members of The River People theatre company which won the Edinburgh International Festival Award in 2009.
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