After a successful run in Cambridge, Can't Stand Up For Falling Down, a monologue-based show exploring the lives of three South-Yorkshire women, comes to the Courtyard. Can't Stand up For Falling Down follows the three women and their tales of Royce Boland, a man who has a profound and devastating effect on all of their lives. As the narratives intertwine his absence becomes pressing. Richard Cameron's near lyrical exploration of women, love and survival offers a striking celebration of storytelling and solidarity.
"Three strong actors work in conjunction to produce a disturbingly realistic tale of domestic violence and female desperation" (Suzanne Duffy from The Cambridge Student)
"This is a must-see play if ever there was one." (Matt Thomson The Varsity)