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Floating: Susannah Freeman
Everyone has a story to tell about the NHS.
A one-woman show about life as a high-dependency nurse in the NHS - taking in the stresses, strains but also joys of working in the health service.
Written after extensive research including interviews with serving NHS staff the play seeks to explore how we, as a nation, treat our health service, how we regard the people who work in in, and our relationship with the people around us.
Terrible food, waiting lists, infections, inefficiency and complaints.
But alongside every scare is an unheard story of compassion and kindness. What are the stories from the caring face of the health service?
Meet a high-dependency nurse, overworked, overstretched, undervalued.
The beating heart of your NHS.
Susannah trained at Arts Educational School in London. Her credits include extensive work with Big Wheel Theatre Company and Y Touring Theatre Company.
She performed in 2007 at The Lowry in Victory Street, as part of the National Youth Theatre. While training at Arts Ed. she appeared in The Blue Room, MacBeth, Follies and Loveplay.
She is the sister of writer and director Sam Freeman.
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