March 2020 happens and Izzy is back on the job hunt.
After navigating the dramas of temporary jobs at Amazon and Dominoes, she eventually settles in a job working in domiciliary care. In keeping with her oblivious nature, she’s surprised to find out it’s a bit more than wiping bums and making your Nan a cup of tea in the morning.
From discussing the quality of the male anatomy on Naked attraction with her favourite client 80 year old Joan. To holding someone’s hand through their Dad’s last moment’s.
Join Izzy in her chaotic confessional of working in care over the last few years.
Told through a mix of stand-up, visual storytelling and lairy voice notes sent to her housemates during her breaks. This explosion of energy is for anybody who has lost a job, found a job and cares for the vulnerable people in their life.
This performance is part of our Autumn season in The Lab.
The Lab is Theatre Royal Plymouth’s smallest space and a place for exploration and experimentation. Our Talent Development Programme seeks to support the most exciting artists, companies and creatives in making the theatre of tomorrow.