Lear has dementia.
His children never visit him. He forbids it, ever since they disobeyed him and he disowned them many years ago. So what happens when Cordelia - his youngest, whose betrayal was the greatest - knocks on his door? Why has she come back? What is her story? And is there any chance of reconciliation?
Lear/Cordelia is an experimental double-bill: a radical reworking of Shakespeare's King Lear followed by Cordelia, a new play from the perspective of Lear's youngest daughter.
Friday 18 November, 8pm - BSL Interpreted performance and post-show discussion
Saturday 19 November, 2pm - Dementia Friendly performances (including a touch tour of set, meet the cast beforehand, and a brief post show Q&A)
Recommended age 14+