Caroline Horton & China Plate Theatre

All Of Me

Ages 14+ (contains some nudity, strong language, themes of depression & suicide)
Fri 11 Feb
Showtime: 7:30pmDoors open: 7:10pm
70 mins
Pay What You Decide

“Hello - I thought I'd introduce myself properly - as is polite."

Written and performed by Olivier Award nominee Caroline Horton - an intimate and absurd exploration of wanting to live, wanting to die and what can happen if we sit together with the dark.
Grudgingly hopeful, occasionally funny, Caroline reunites with director Alex Swift (Mess) to bring you an unapologetically dark show about dark things.
By Caroline Horton
Directed by Alex Swift
Winner of The Scotsman Mental Health Fringe Award 2019
The Stage Edinburgh Award 2019 recipient
Lustrum Award 2019 recipient
 

Pay What You Decide!

This is a Pay What You Decide event which means you choose what the show is worth to you!You can decide what you would like to pay now by adding a donation to your booking, or you can pay after you have seen the show at Barbican Theatre.
Looking around at other events going on in the city, we estimate that 1 ticket to similar events would cost £12.
There is no ‘right’ answer, we are not attempting to lead you to a specific figure.
You can pay £0 for your ticket.

Barbican Theatre is a safe space

Safe to be who you are, regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration status, (dis)ability, age, gender, identity, or sexual orientation.
Trigger warning: This show contains themes of depression and suicidality (click the + for more info)
This show contains themes of depression and suicidality, if you feel overwhelmed during the performance you are welcome to leave the theatre and return at any point. There are moments of loud noise.
The following organisations offer information, advice and support around mental health issues:
Samaritanson 116 123 provide 24-hour confidential, non-judgmental emotional support. www.samaritans.org
Mind on 0300 123 3393 (UK) provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. www.mind.org.uk
Big White Wallis an online service for people who have common, distressing mental health problems. Through social networking, a community of people are supported by trained "wall guides", so they can manage their own mental health. www.bigwhitewall.com
To find out about other local and national mental health services available you can visit the NHS website. www.nhs.uk
Covid 19 Safety 
The health, safety and comfort of our audiences, colleagues and performers are very important to us.
We have a number of measures in place to ensure your comfort and safety. Enhanced hygiene procedures are in place.  Hand sanitising stations are positioned throughout the public spaces for audience members to use and we ask that you do so frequently. The theatre will be aired out between rehearsals and performances (for added covid safety) which can mean the space can feel a tiny bit more chilly even after we shut the doors. Therefore we suggest you wear an extra layer to be safe!
In line with new regulations issued on 8 December, unless exempt, all audience members are required to wear face masks from as soon as they arrive at the theatre and throughout their visit (including while watching the performance).
All Barbican Theatre team members will be wearing face masks (unless exempt) and will be regularly lateral flow tested. This includes the team front of house and back stage, and performers.
We continue to monitor the latest guidance from the UK Government.
Please do not attend if you
  • Are displaying any Covid-19 symptoms
  • Have had a positive PCR or lateral flow test within 10 days
  • You’ve recently arrived into the UK and have not received the results of your PCR test
  • You’ve been instructed to self-isolate.
  • If you have any questions about your tickets, refunds or exchanges due to covid-related issues please email our Audience Experience Manager, Robyn, at info@barbicantheatre.co.uk
#StaySafe
Caroline Horton - All Of Me production photo 1

Pay What You Decide

You can decide what you would like to pay now by adding a Pay What You Decide donation to your cart (after you've chosen your seats) or you can pay after you have seen the show at Barbican Theatre.

Looking around at other events going on in the city, we estimate that 1 ticket to similar events would cost £12.

There is no ‘right’ answer, we are not attempting to lead you to a specific figure.

You can pay £0 for your ticket.

Tickets for this event are no longer available.