• Date and time: Saturday 3 June 2023, 1pm
  • Location: In-person only
    TFTV/Large Rehearsal Room, School of Arts and Creative Technologies East, Campus East, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to the public
  • Admission: £5 Concession/£7 Full Price, booking required

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Event details

James Fritz’s Ross & Rachel is a one-woman show about love, life after death, and finding yourself in an all-consuming relationship. What happens when the man you no longer love has a terminal disease? Would you stay? How do you navigate the world around you? Inspired by the iconic relationship of Ross and Rachel in the hit tv show Friends, Ross & Rachel asks all of these questions and more, leaving an audience interrogating its sitcom-like expectations of love. A show that will make you laugh just as quickly as it will make you cry, Ross & Rachel is a must-see.

Content Warnings: Brain Cancer, Terminal Illness, Suicide, Suicidal Thoughts, Self Harm, Forced Suicide, Death and Dying, Blood, Emotional Abuse, Abusive Relationship, Domestic Abuse, Hospitalisation, Misogyny, Strokes, Mental Illness, Alcoholism, Misophonia, Entomophobia, Sudden Loud Noises, Flashing Lights

Estimated runtime: 75 mins

Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible


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