Unbroken Theatre in association with the Pleasance and Yellow Earth Theatre present
“I have lived with these trees and watched them grow. You have been away from here for too long, you don’t see it. Or you have simply forgotten…”
Responding to a call-out, a repairman finds himself inexplicably drawn to an old woman and her house in the woods. At first it seems like a simple fix, but as a storm starts to close in, he is forced to confront the ghosts from his past.
Dark and unsettling, Fix is the debut psychological thriller by Bruntwood Prize longlisted writer, Julie Tsang. A tale of guilt and childhood memory – can we ever really mend what is already broken?
Fix was developed as part of Yellow Earth’s inaugural Professional Writers Programme 2017/2019.
Julie Tsang is an award winning playwright from Glasgow. Fix is her debut play which she developed while on Yellow Earth Theatre’s two year Professional Writers Programme 2017-2019. Her short play, Lilyburgh Lane, was one of four plays to win the Scotland Short Play Award in 2017. She was shortlisted for the Scotland Short Play Award in 2015 and the Progressive Playwright Award with Tron Theatre in 2016 and took part in Playwright’s Studio Scotland Mentoring Programme in 2012. Julie is also a published poet. Her poems include My Body Bleeds and A Sinking Hole.
Jen Tan trained at The Oxford School of Drama and on the StoneCrabs Young Directors Programme. As a director her work includes: A.I.D.A.N by Matilda Ibini and Of Being Alone in a Forest by Tom Morton-Smith (Miniaturists), Romeo & Juliet (Papergang Theatre), Peace Code by Mediah Ahmed and The Plot by Asif Khan (Tamasha/Soho Theatre), Being Norwegian by David Greig (StoneCrabs/Albany Theatre), Fix by Julie Tsang, Fulfilment by Jeremy Tiang and Belonging by Francis Turnly (Yellow Earth Theatre). As Assistant Director: Tao of Glass (Manchester International Festival) and The Mission (ArtsEd).
Mikey Anthony-Howe plays Kevin. His previous credits include Privates on Parade (Union Theatre), The Neath (Vault Festival) and Romeo & Juliet (The Everyman Theatre, Cardiff). Mike took part in the Yellow Earth Academy – London in 2018.
Tina Chiang plays Li Na. Her previous theatre credits include E8 (The Pleasance/The North Wall, Oxford), Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester), Labour of Love (Noël Coward Theatre), Chimerica (Harold Pinter Theatre), Cyrano de Bergerac (Southwark Playhouse), Fox Attack (National Theatre Scotland/ Òran Mór) and Why The Lion Danced (UK tour). Her credits for TV include Chimerica and Bodyguard. Tina often is a tutor for Yellow Earth Academy.