Sweet dreams, Mind Full!
The Hope Theatre
3 - 11 MARCH 2023
Produced in association with The Sleep Charity
★★★★★ The Review Chap
"In a lifetime the average person sleeps for twenty-six years …"
James suffers from insomnia post-breakup, but his ex-partner Claire is the voiceover for his mindfulness app. Go figure.
With a unique blend of theatre, stand up and voiceover, Mind Full is Tom Hartwell's hilarious new play that brings the importance of sleep health into the spotlight.
Mind Full was longlisted for Theatre 503's International Playwriting Award 2023.
We've been nominated for an Offie!
Huge thanks to the Off West End Awards for the prestigious recognition in their OffComm category 2024, for short run plays.
We are delighted to be alongside so many talented nominees.
A fabulous opening run at the Hope Theatre
We've been blown away by the support & responses we've had to Tom Hartwell's latest gem, Mind Full.
Check out some of the feedback below, alongside some brilliant images from Rebecca Rayne.
"This lively and charming play tackles contemporary issues with warmth and wit"
London Theatre 1
"Wonderfully directed... carefully balanced between a (dissolving) love story and humour that aims to dig a bit deeper"
London Pub Theatres
"Produced in association with The Sleep Charity, there’s a genuine message in here about the need for healthy sleep patterns” The Reviews Hub
"There is real chemistry between Hartwell and Moran"
Spy In The Stalls
“Hartwell and Moran
have excellent comic timing"
Mind The Blog
"Moran is particularly strong... warm, hilarious and totally reasonable" Spy In The Stalls
is a lot of fun"
The Reviews Hub
"A writer and actor of considerable talent… but above all, an inherent, shrewd understanding of the society that he writes about"
The Review Chap
"Conor Cook's direction really pays off here"
Spy In The Stalls
"The multi-talented Conor Cook’s (director, sound designer, stage manager) sound design kicks in" Henry Longstaff
"Great lighting by Jonathan Simpson" The Reviews Hub
"The creative team have achieved an impressive feat... worthy of a life beyond the space it currently occupies" Henry Longstaff