“You see the problem with the quote is that ‘friends don’t ignore the fence, friends help build it back up’. You can’t see your friend suffering and do nothing about it. It’s your duty to help them out. But then I guess thats what makes us different from most friends. We’re basically one soul in two different bodies.”
After months of persuasion your best friend finally agrees to seek professional help for her mental health problems and the harsh reality of her mums absence. Much to your dismay, as she begins to improve you both slowly start to realise that you are her imaginary friend. And more than anything you might just be the villain of her story.
What would you do if you found out you were the villain in someone else’s story? What lengths would you go through to keep yourself from getting written out of the script? How far would you go?
Company Name: I was kinda the bad guy
Duration: 60 mins
Lower Age Suitability: 15
Upper Age Suitability: +
Children under 2 welcome for free on the lap of a guardian
Content Warnings: References to Mental Illness References to Suicide/Self Harm Contains Swearing
Venues: Laughing Horse @ The QuadrantAssistance Dogs Welcome
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