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by FRANCES POET
Between takes, we caught up with some of the Fibres cast and creative team. Watch our interviews to find out more.
Maureen Carr on the far-reaching impact of asbestosis, and how Frances’ script puts women’s experience centre stage.
Director Jemima Levick reflects on the feedback from the 2019 tour and why she’s looking forward to reaching new audiences with this film of the stage play.
Johnathan Watson tells us about the humour in the play, and how families use comedy to cope with difficult situations.
Writer Frances Poet tells us more about Fibres, and the real life story behind it.