Poke in the Eye present


by Amy Bethan Evans

as part of BREAKING OUT

The lights are up on Libby, a girl who can't see. Libby is visually impaired, but she wants to function like everyone else. Inspirational. Join Libby as she takes on a dystopian world of Reasonable Adjustment Robots with no social skills and a government that categorises disabled people as “functioning” and “non-functioning.” Entirely fictional of course.
Narrated by a highly talented audio describer who is inspirationally putting their stellar acting career on hold to help this accessible performance, Libby’s Eyes examines the human relationships in life as a disabled person and what it truly means to function. If you have not read this blurb in a tongue-in-cheek way, this show is definitely for you.

Libby's Eyes is produced by Poke in the Eye Productions, directed by Spencer Charles Noll and stars award nominated actor Georgie Morrell.
Libby's Eyes is written by disabled playwright Amy Bethan Evans. Amy reached the Top 100 entries for the Verity Bargate Award and was shortlisted for Bristol Old Vic Open Sessions, Pint-Sized and 503 Five at Theatre503. She was part of Soho Theatre Writer Group. 

Director Spencer Charles Noll
Writer Amy Bethan Evans.

Libby Georgie Morrell
Ali Holly Joyce
Ron Adam Elms
AD Louise Kempton
Vin Barry McStay
LE Ariane Gray

Assistant Director Hugh Wyld
Assistant Producer Patch Harris
Follow Libby @LibbysEyes #libbyseyes 

There is an Access Pack for this performance, which can be downloaded HERE. Do contact us at [email protected] if you require any more information, or to let us know of any support we can provide during your visit.

This performance is not captioned, but it is possible for a copy of the script to be made available to you to follow along with on a smartphone or a laptop during the performance. Do contact us if you'd like to receive a copy of the script for this purpose.