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Theatre in The Cob Barn
5th-7th May

8pm performances 
arrive from 6.30pm


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We are delighted to be hosting The Cob Barn's theatrical premiere, with this original piece of devised theatre.

Walking. Falling. Getting Up… againis a devised performance by professional and non-professional actors from South Devon that looks at the causes of overt and covert depression in men and how the consequences of shame and grandiosity often contribute to addiction, suicide, difficulties relating, violence and war.

Walking Falling Getting up…again examines how this underexplored mental health epidemic affects everyone and asks can we be brave enough to talk about it

Inspired by Terrence Real’s seminal book – “I don't want to talk about it. Overcoming the secret legacy of Male Depression", you can expect a rollercoaster evening of unexpected real and fictional events, clichés, some laughter, some pain and some tender moments.

With some humour, improvisation, words, dancing, red noses, music, visual projections and more, Walking, Falling, Getting up … again asks what it means to be and become a man today? 


You are invited to come and join the ride…

Some general information about the evening

You are invited to arrive from 6.30pm when our On the Hill team will be serving up your pre-ordered (order when booking ) farm hotpots and flatbreads 

The Dock & Thistle bar will be be open for pre-theatre drinks (Please note this is a CASH ONLY BAR)


Come and enjoy an early spring ramble across the farm, enjoy the circle garden, growing areas and wildlife ponds - sit out on the decking of the polytunnel sipping on the farms' very own cider cocktails!

Getting to Oxen Park Farm 

We will have parking stewards helping you park, as well as clear signage on the gateway to the farm.

As much as possible please car share - we  have set up a facebook event group to help people make contact for car sharing across the 3 nights.

The performances will take place in the cob barn. It may still be a little chilly so do bring a blanket or wrap up for a seated performance of 2 hours, with an interval


An after show dialogue will be hosted by the Director Ben Yeger between 10.00 - 10.30pm

The Dock & Thistle bar will be open post show, with fires lit in the yard for gathering around. You are very welcome to enjoy the venue and evening until we close at 11.30pm.


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