A sequence of 12 intriguing monologues, offering a glimpse into individual experiences of isolation during a mass societal constraint, crafted from the lines written in 64 unique ‘letters of constraint’. They capture a 6 week snapshot of lockdown life within an historically significant time and reveal feelings of fear, moments of joy, guilt, and uncertainty along with the things that brought hope and comfort into people’s lives. A creative ‘writer in residence’ commission with Dr Martin Glynn for the National Justice Museums ‘Letters of Constraint’ project, curated by Andrea Hadley-Johnson.

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