Can two paths in time ever be the same?
A Live Theatre Production
Written by Nina Berry
Directed by Graeme Thompson
Designed by Luke Robson
Original Music by Anguaji Music
Starring Heather Carroll and Daniel Watson
Did you know that no two snowflakes are alike? How the water vapour keeps on condensing and where the snowflake falls is what determines the way the snowflake looks when it lands on your coat sleeve. The way they can arrange themselves is almost infinite. So, you know, nobody can say for absolute certain but the likelihood of two snowflakes being identical is next to impossible.
Rosie and Charlie are two people in many places. From youth to old age, from Trafalgar Square to Chillingham Road, The Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes takes a touching look at what it means to grow up, fall in love and how the tiniest, most seemingly insignificant detail can change eternity. Or then again maybe not. A play about fate, friendship and snowflakes.
Nina Berry's debut play returns after a sell-out run and critical acclaim in 2016.
★★★★★ 'An exquisite, adorable, debut' The Guardian