Everything Is Absolutely Fine

Friday 22nd January 2021, 7:30pm

Everything Is Absolutely Fine

A new comedy musical about anxiety disorders, caring and trying to keep going. With power ballads, show tunes and body percussion, House of Blakewell explore what it’s like to be human and to struggle.
Alice is making a new start. Things are going to be different. She has moved out of the big city to a small town, doing the job she loves as an Occupational Therapist. She is going to be a new person here, cool, calm and free. The kind of person who goes running everyday and can go to a cafe and sit on their own. She is going to make a difference, meet new people and become a new woman…But her old friend Anxiety has other ideas…
How do you make new friends when even choosing what to have for dinner fills you with dread and self-doubt? What do you do when it all gets too much?

Press for Everything Is Absolutely Fine:
★★★★★ “A packed and very rewarding experience” – British Theatre
★★★★ The Live Review
★★★★ ‘relatable to every person in the audience’ – Upstaged Manchester
★★★★ ‘engaging and entertaining theatre’ – Opening-Night.org
‘Hilarious’ – BritishTheatreGuide
“It entertains. But, it also probes questions about our own insecurities, self-doubt and social angst” – South West Londoner

Press and awards for House of Blakewell’s previous work:
★★★★ ‘Clever, funny and ultimately touching with serious musical chops’ – The Scotsman
★★★★ ‘Musical talent, infectious energy and verbal brilliance’ – Broadway Baby
★★★★ ‘Hilariously funny musical delights, guaranteed to make you smile’ – Three Weeks
★★★★ ‘Hilarious, heart-warming theatre’ – Musical Theatre Review
★★★★★ The New Current
★★★★ Ed Fringe Critic
★★★★ West End Wilma

Pick of the Fringe (The Guardian)
Cabaret Pick (The Scotsman)
Top 10 Shows (Broadway Baby)
Winner Craig Barbour Award (Soho Theatre)
Pick of the Fringe (TheNewCurrent.co.uk)
Pick of the Week (VAULT Festival)

Press for Hannah Elsy Productions’ previous work:
‘Hannah Elsy knows a good thing when she sees it, and she never attaches her name to anything less than wonderful’ – BritishTheatre.com

Written by Alice Keedwell
Music and Lyrics by Harry Blake
Directed by Valentina Ceschi
Lighting Design by Richard Williamson
Choreographed by Jennifer Fletcher
Associate Design by Natalie Johnson
Consultant Design by Emma Bailey
Live Streaming by Richard Williamson
Produced by Hannah Elsy Productions

Supported by the Cameron Grant Memorial Trust. Find out more - www.camgrant.org.uk
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England
Developed With The Lowry
Supported by a Time To Write grant from the Peggy Ramsay Foundation

House of Blakewell are Harry Blake and Alice Keedwell

Hannah Elsy Productions’ website

Livestreaming Frequently Asked Questions

What does livestreaming mean?
The show will be performed live at the theatre and a recording of this performance will be simultaneously be played through the device you are watching the show on. Like live TV or National Theatre Live.

Do I need to download anything to watch the livestream?
No, although it is advisable to update your device.  

How will I get the link for the livestream?
A link will be sent to you on the day of the performance by the box office you have booked your tickets through.

Is my ticket per person watching, or per device?
Per device.

I am not free on the Friday 22nd January at 7.30pm, can I still watch the show?
We will not be doing another livestream performance soon, but the recording of the livestream may be available for people to watch who were not able to see the show.

Can I record the livestream?
Unfortunately, no.

Tickets: £10 per Household (per device)

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