Dramatic human thriller at Fringe

Hammering Near Glass is a thriller that will explore uncomfortable but very human issues when it deb

Hammering Near Glass is a thriller that will explore uncomfortable but very human issues when it debuts at Barnstaple Fringe TheatreFest. - Credit: Archant

Hammering Near Glass is a new show making its debut at Barnstaple Fringe TheatreFest on Friday, Saturday & Sunday, June 20-22.

DRAMATIC and topical neo-noir thriller Hammering Near Glass makes it debut at Barnstaple Fringe TheatreFest.

The new play by Cornish theatre company, CAKE Productions, dramatically explores the subject of self-harm in a ‘spider and fly’ story following a suspected murder…

While the irritatingly persistent Detective Riley strives to get to the bottom of the case, social worker Ash does all she can to protect the main suspect, Alex, a troubled young man with a history of self-harming.

“This was a story that just had to be told. It’s a very human story, and as such it does not flinch from looking at the best and worst in us,” said writer Elaine Ruth White.


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“As the plot unfolds, its twists and turns will take the audience on an unstoppable journey toward an unthinkable truth about what really happened.”

The show plays at Studio@QT on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during TheatreFest.

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