Funny, moving, uplifting and at times downright bizarre, Lost in Blue is a tour de force of contemporary storytelling fuelled by playful sound technology.

On her 18th birthday Annie becomes convinced that she’s responsible for the accident that has left her father Paul in a coma for the last 15 years. Her mother Sarah is struggling to keep things together, her aunt Candy eats optimism for breakfast and her new friend Leonard talks mainly to pigeons.

Meanwhile, Paul is hiding out in the bedroom of Vincent Van Gogh, nursing his guilt while the clock ticks and his family begin to question how long the machines should keep him holding on.

References to drug taking and occasional adult language

In February 2022 Lost In Blue ran for two weeks at the Lion & Unicorn, London, garnering two prestigious award nominations: the OffWest End (OFFIE) Award for Lead Performance in a Play and a Standing Ovation Award.

“a gripping story…as hilarious as it is poignant”

Broadway Baby