A three-woman, one-woman show about Multiple Sclerosis, MS for short, not to be confused with M&S or S&M.

With 90's pop, a costume skip and a lot of glitter, Bright Places is an honest, funny and autobiographical story about growing up in the shadow of chronic illness.

Tessa Walker (The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe) returns to The REP to direct this world premiere from local artist Rachael Mainwaring (Prime Time).

Supported by The Sir Barry Jackson Trust

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