Stroud Theatre Festival

  • Fri 2nd October 5:30 pm, And So, Now That You’re Dead…

    Welcome through the doorway. We hope you had a good life. If not… (oops – It’s a little too late!) Never mind, maybe it’s still worth considering what death means to you, and to explore the possibility of becoming ‘death-positive’? The Appreciation of Mortality Society has put together a star-studded cast for this informative event: Grim will be there to welcome you, and Catrina La Calavera from Mexico – where they really know how to celebrate the dead!

  • Fri 2nd October 7:30 pm, What Myra Did

    Myra suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D.). Her experience of life is chaotic, disjointed, patchy and often delusional, as she battles with the various aspects of herself, seeking a core self with which she may finally connect with the world.

  • Fri 2nd October 9:30 pm, Isolated But Open

    A set of six riveting, personal narratives from today’s challenging world. These stories are all tinged with loss, redemption, sadness and growth, but all are lit up with real heart, warmth and humour through their texts. T

  • Sat 3rd October 5:00 pm, Isolated But Open

    A set of six riveting, personal narratives from today’s challenging world. These stories are all tinged with loss, redemption, sadness and growth, but all are lit up with real heart, warmth and humour through their texts. T

  • Sat 3rd October 7:00 pm, And So, Now That You’re Dead…

    Welcome through the doorway. We hope you had a good life. If not… (oops – It’s a little too late!) Never mind, maybe it’s still worth considering what death means to you, and to explore the possibility of becoming ‘death-positive’? The Appreciation of Mortality Society has put together a star-studded cast for this informative event: Grim will be there to welcome you, and Catrina La Calavera from Mexico – where they really know how to celebrate the dead!

  • Sat 3rd October 9:00 pm, What Myra Did

    Myra suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D.). Her experience of life is chaotic, disjointed, patchy and often delusional, as she battles with the various aspects of herself, seeking a core self with which she may finally connect with the world.

  • Sun 4th October 3:00 pm, What Myra Did

    Myra suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D.). Her experience of life is chaotic, disjointed, patchy and often delusional, as she battles with the various aspects of herself, seeking a core self with which she may finally connect with the world.

  • Sun 4th October 5:00 pm, And So, Now That You’re Dead…

    Welcome through the doorway. We hope you had a good life. If not… (oops – It’s a little too late!) Never mind, maybe it’s still worth considering what death means to you, and to explore the possibility of becoming ‘death-positive’? The Appreciation of Mortality Society has put together a star-studded cast for this informative event: Grim will be there to welcome you, and Catrina La Calavera from Mexico – where they really know how to celebrate the dead!

  • Sun 4th October 7:00 pm, Isolated But Open

    A set of six riveting, personal narratives from today’s challenging world. These stories are all tinged with loss, redemption, sadness and growth, but all are lit up with real heart, warmth and humour through their texts. T