Plaques and Tangles by Nicola Wilson
I can’t think. But I still feel. And most of the time I feel scared. Scared because it’s too soon. I haven’t finished yet.
Plaques and Tangles flashes through Megan’s experience of living with early onset Familial Alzheimer’s Disease - the choices she faces, the family she longs to protect, and her changing relationship with her love of words.
Nicola Wilson’s beautiful play is a sad evocation of living with Alzheimer’s and the uncertainties and consequences it brings about.
- Challenging content
- Substance abuse
- Death / suicide
- Scenes of a sexual nature
- Partial nudity
- Vomiting / graphic content
Cast in alphabetical order
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