How to Die of a Broken Heart

How to Die of a Broken Heart

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Heartbreak changed Femi’s body and life forever. This is her solo theatre show about love, illness, and not giving up.

Through stories of her failed relationships, Femi lays bare the desperation so many of us feel when it comes to love, and invites us to both laugh at her mistakes, and accept our own.

How to Die of a Broken Heart illuminates both the beauties and the dangers of loving someone, but ultimately reminds us that broken things can be mended : especially hearts.

  • Tue 3 Oct 7:30 PM £10.00

Book Tickets

  • Tue 3 October 7:30 PM

By Femi Keeling (née Martin)

Age guideline: 14+

  • Sends us towards a love that is messily human.
       
    Exeunt Magazine

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