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The Young Vic

Emily, a fiercely independent aviator and wing walker, suffers a stroke that destroys her sense of reality.

Fragments of her life come together as she struggles to find her voice and her self.

Arthur Kopit’s tremendously powerful Broadway hit hasn't been seen in London for 30 years.

Juliet Stevenson takes on another extraordinary role, reunited with Natalie Abrahami following their hugely successful collaboration on Happy Days.

"Comment from one of you guys on the effect, show, process, that kind of thing. The headshot will be one of you guys but these are not easy to find unless Jez with

a spoon on his nose counts.

In the interest of needing to fill some more space, oddly enough when googling pics of Jez there are as many of me on the first page as there are of you lovely Jez."

★★★★ “A remarkable performance from Stevenson in Abrahami's sensitive and daring production” The Independent

★★★★ “Juliet Stevenson is floating, spinning, soaring and plunging ... in Abrahami’s spectacular staging” Mail on Sunday

★★★★ “The unflinching authenticity that makes Wings fly” City AM

★★★★ “Mesmerising - Juliet Stevenson takes us to another plane” The Evening Standard

★★★★ “A thrilling dramatic realisation - gloriously liberated” The Financial Times

★★★★ “Thrilling theatrical magic” WhatsOnStage

“Juliet Stevenson is a transcendent force” The Telegraph

“Stevenson deserves nothing but praise for her performance” The Guardian

“Juliet Stevenson gives an extraordinary performance” The Observer

“Dazzling - a fascinatingly different play” Time Out

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