Tue 12th Sep - Thu 21st Sep 2017

You’ll know a thousand people through your lifetime.

At least.

They’ll each know at least another thousand.

You’re one person away from a million people, and two away from a billion.

We’re connected in more ways than we know.

And our actions ripple out like stones in water.

This is a tale about the bonds within brains.

And the bonds between brains.

Internationally acclaimed Worklight Theatre (Scotsman Fringe First 2015: Labels) return to The Bike Shed Theatre with a brand new ensemble show about addiction, and the lives of those it touches.

Drawing on months of interviews and research, and using a unique mix of song, science and soliloquy, Fix follows three very different people navigating three very different addictions.

Fresh from Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017, Exeter-founded Worklight Theatre bring their new show to the Bike Shed as part of its national tour.


‘Terrific and really thoughtful’ LYN GARDNER (GUARDIAN) on Labels

‘The ability of these performers is boundless.’ ★★★★★ FRINGE REVIEW on How to Start a Riot

‘A gentle firestorm of a play’ ★★★★★ BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE on Labels

Written by Joe Sellman-Leava & Michael Woodman

Directed by Katharina Reinthaller

Image design by Alberta Jones

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  • Tickets: £12 (£10)
  • Members: £10 (£8)
  • 2 for 1 on first Tues (Supported by Cartridges Law)

Due to the intimate nature of our venue, we are unable to admit latecomers once a performance has started.