Paisley Arts Centre will be hosting a new play as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival this month. Where the Crow Flies is a thought-provoking play by In Motion theatre company and will be performed at Paisley Arts Centre on Wednesday 26 October.
Ostracised by the community she lives in, Carrie feels isolated from the world. Her husband is in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit and her baby son won’t stop crying. Feeling alone and with no-where to turn Carrie has little interaction with anyone until a new neighbour moves in next door. But is the incomer all that she seems?
Researched in the community of Blackburn, West Lothian with local women, Where the Crow Flies is a play about starting over, gaining trust, building friendships and trying to get rid of the labels that are put upon us.
Where the Crow Flies has been commissioned by Sense over Sectarianism in association with the Scottish Government, and is part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival 2016 programme.
Tickets for Where the Crow Flies are £10 (£6 conc) + bkg fee* and available from the Box Office on 0300 300 1210 or online at renfrewshireleisure.com/arts. There will be a short monologue performance from the Scottish Network of Family Support Groups before the show.