When The Friendship Has Sailed
When The Friendship Has Sailed is a comedy about the near impossible task of making new friends as an adult.
Carrie, a young(ish) Geordie woman, has recently moved to London as all her friends are too busy birthing children and visiting photogenic resturants to spend time with her. Carrie so far has been fine on her own, until she is offered an international career-making oppurtunity which means she has to find someone to look after her pet goldfish, Christina. Carrie makes a pact with Christina to 'put herself out there' and find a new friend, although as it turns out, is a lot harder than it sounds.
Featuring original songs, bubbles, a goldfish and a swimming pool.
This play marks the international debut by Australian company Weird Sisters Theatre. When The Friendship Has Sailed previews at the Drayton Arms before having a full season at Edinburgh Fringe at C Venues, Aquila Studio. Made with the support of the SOHO Theatre Young Company.
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When The Friendship Has Sailed marks the international debut for Australian company Weird Sisters Theatre.