Recovering from abuse

Jul 15 2015 | By More

Flickering Seasons for St Johns

Frances McCann is performing Flickering Seasons, a monologue about recovery and the hurt and guilt a victim can feel during the recovery process, this Friday 17 July 2015 at St Johns.

FlickeringSeasonsImageThe monologue, written by McCann and directed by Adam Tomkins, examines the changes in perception that occur as people pass through the various stages of their lives. It is a journey of self-discovery and an often painful examination of hurt and guilt.

Finding the delicate balance between light and dark, the piece is billed as a “monologue about real life, recovery and hope”. Proceeds from the one-off performance will be used to set up a support group for female survivors of abuse.

Lasting half an hour, Flickering Seasons begins at 6.45pm and will be followed by a talk. The production is supported by the Scottish Recovery Consortium.


Flickering Seasons
Friday 17 July 2015: 6.45pm (doors 6.30pm
St John’s Episcopal Church, Princes Street, EH2 4BJ
Entry £10 / £7 unwaged. Tickets available on the door.

Facebook page:

Scottish Recovery Consortium:


Tags: , , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.