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Durham Drama Festival showed a piece dealing with asexuality - "Where the Sea is Pink"

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To kick off Durham Drama Festival (DDF), Scratch Night begins as an opportunity for pieces of student-written work to be showcased. It featured four different short plays; Tidal Waves by Eliza Jones, Where the Sea is Pink by Isabelle Bull and I Don’t by Jenny Pavitt, followed by Elephant Boy with a Shoe on Top by Charlie Nicholson and Owen Kennedy after the interval. 

Feb 4, 2020  https://www.palatinate.org.uk/review-ddf-scratch-night-2/

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No idea why this only popped up now...

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