Commissioned and produced by ThickSkin and Lawrence Batley Theatre, in co-production with Watford Palace Theatre and Wales Millennium Centre and supported by The Lowry
Created by Matthew Bulgo, Jonnie Riordan & Jess Williams with music by The Staves
Soaring music by Atlantic Records artists, The Staves, combines with bold new writing and dynamic physicality in Blood Harmony, an uplifting and powerful new play with songs about love, loss and legacy.
A fractured trio of sisters are pulled back together with news that turns their worlds upside down. When it feels like your world has come to a stop, how do you find a way to keep moving forward?
Award-winning theatre company, ThickSkin makes a thrilling return to the stage with this highly visual and musically charged production, that'll make you want to pull your family a little closer and hold them a little tighter. Created by the company behind the five star hit show How Not To Drown (‘Truly stunning’ ★★★★★ The Scotsman).
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Backstage Trust and Watford Borough Council.
The Traverse Theatre is funded by Creative Scotland and The City of Edinburgh Council, with additional support from The Scottish Government Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund.
Reviews of previous ThickSkin productions
★★★★★ 'Truly stunning’The Scotsman on How Not To Drown
★★★★ ‘Poetically powerful’ The Times on Chalk Farm
'Soulful, sophisticated and forward-thinking’ NME on Good Woman by The Staves
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