"The realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own."
Through physical theatre we explore what happens when lives collide and what can happen when you take notice and engage. Following the chain reaction of a simple act of kindness this reveals a surprising past in the seemingly invisible man. A homeless man.
Since 2010 the homeless statistic has risen by 55%, in 2016 this should not be the case. As a new company formed of graduates we want to challenge this important matter and reinforce that there are human beings in need and the impact of ignoring them is monumental. We are in partnership with St Basil's who are a west midlands charity helping and housing 16-25 year olds who find themselves in this terrifying situation, we share an aim to help and promote this issue into the public conscience.
We all know the phrase don't judge a book by it's cover, then why is it ignored so often? Making assumptions of people worse off and in a situation that is so hard to get out of and that they may not have gotten there through their choices but by the cards they were dealt.
After a brilliant 4* Review and amazing feedback from The Camden Fringe, Centrality are looking for support to reach The Edinburgh Fringe extending the reach of our work and donating more to a wonderful charity. If you would like to support us, or know anyone who would, please don't hesitate to get in touch!