One day Margareth suddenly leaves London - and with it, everything and everybody she has ever known behind.
Nobody knows where she’s gone.
Margareth speeds off, catching the tube as far south in London as is possible.
Underneath the motorway in Morden, she’s just waiting for the right lift to take her South. Whilst there by the roadside, she makes a start at her new life. It’s the perfect moment, to leave her old self behind and to become the person she always dreamt she could be.
Morden is a London Underground station in the London Borough of Merton. Train frequencies vary throughout the day.
The last tube going north at night, has already left.
Nobody knows where Margareth is.
It’s the perfect plan.
A solo theatre clown drama for adults, on mental health – taking a risk, and the joys and challenges of changing your life.
Mostly suitable for an adult audience
& ages 14+
Running time: 1 hour
Written and played by: Freya Stang
Director: Jonathan Young
Sound design: Didier Peigle
Black box stage or equivalent, or site specific. Stage size from approx 6 x 5 meters.
Sunset in Morden
Sunset in Morden
was selected for the
"I lost myself in the experience - it is so rich and elicits responses of all kinds, sometimes simultaneously, that it’s hard not to be completely engaged."
"I was totally immersed within the world of Margareth."
"We love Margareth, but what a case she is!"
Rose & James
“I went to see this show 3 times within 2 weeks.”
“Very, very funny - but really so sad too.”
“Really well played by Freya, bravo!”
“Calling it “a small clown show” hardly does it justice! Very poignant and powerful.”
"We just loved Margareth’s leggings and saggy knees!"
"Just so funny!"
"Margareth the clown, is as hilariously funny as she is deeply touching."
"Such a fabulous performance!"
"It really made us think, we spent the rest of the evening talking about it."
Sean & Saskia
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• Dave Pickens • Elisabeth Mazauric • Freya Stang • Jenine Collocott Warren • Joyce Majiski • Lily Fossard • Stefano Borgi
• Thierry Augereau • Hege Høisæter : © photos by Peter Madai, • Sciarrino-photo, Jörg Wiesner, Erik Berg.