‘Am I Dead Yet?’ Comes to Cast

Death is no longer a moment. It is a process. A process that can be reversed.

On Wednesday 19th October at 7.45pm, two friends will be talking (and singing) about what happens when we die, how we think about dying, and how some of us might be brought back.

Performed by Unlimited founding members Jon Spooner and Chris Thorpe, Am I Dead Yet? is filled with stories and songs about death and dying and about how we don’t talk about it enough.

Am I Dead Yet? is the new show from Unlimited Theatre inspired by research into contemporary developments in resuscitation science and made in collaboration with Emergency Care professionals.

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“An enjoyable, poignant piece about death in the distant and all-t00-near future” The Guardian

Filled with stories, songs and a live demonstration of CPR techniques, Artistic Director and co-writer Jon Spooner says: “At a time when medical science is radically reimagining the definitions and understanding of death, we wanted to ask and answer some of the big, personal questions that naturally arise around dying – particularly as death is rarely talked about openly, clearly and honestly.”

Tickets for the Am I Dead Yet? are priced at £10.50 for adults and £9 for concessions.

Click HERE to buy or call Cast on 01302 303 959






About Dan Ryder

Hello I'm Dan Ryder, I am a poet and editor from Doncaster and currently social media manager for Doncopolitan.

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