Nestled in the bosom of Albion, there is a boy followed perpetually by his own tiny personal cloud. As he fights with growing up and travels from the soggy fields of Devon to the tattered spires of London, Cloudy lingers over him, capturing his memories and telling him stories of the coming flood. Jack Dean uses hip-hop poetics, self-aware humour and a bucket of pathetic fallacy to explore two great British institutions: clinical depression and talking about the weather.
Written and performed by Jack Dean
Developed with support from Bristol Ferment
“an energetic, many-peopled and beautifully lyrical exploration of the British psyche”
“entertaining, diverse and perfectly paced”