Vix and Rob need absolution, Tugs needs a drink – and Titch still needs to be told. After their friend takes his own life, a group of disparate young people come together to write his eulogy; but when the night unravels, so do their perceptions of him, and of each other. Funny, devastating and cathartic, All That I Am is an elegy of hope to what is left when language fails us.
By: Daf James
Director: Rupert Hands
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First commissioned by Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in 2016. The underlying rights are owned by Daf James. No part of this recording may be copied, broadcast, downloaded, stored (in any medium), transmitted, shown or played in public, adapted or changed in any way. If any unauthorised acts are carried out in relation to this recording, a civil claim for damages may be made and/or a criminal prosecution may result.