The HARD-HITTING view of homelessness is presented in a play at Hull Truck Theatre on Saturday 8th June 2013.
An Unquiet Mind, is described by its Hull author David Pattison as “bloody heartbreaking” and according to reviewer Jerome Whittingham it will “startle and challenge audiences”.
The main character of the play, Topshop, is ex-armed forces and a rough-sleeper. It is estimated that up to 25% of rough sleepers may be ex-service personnel.
Jerome Whittingham photographer, writer, campaigner on homelessness issues tells us about the play – hopefully it will prompt people not only to to see the production, but as Jerome suggests below, into wider social action on the issues raised!
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