In 2019, we produced a new piece of theatre that explored the aftermath of the Manchester terror attack of 2017. We brought 10:31, MCR to Colchester, London and Edinburgh for the 2019 Fringe Festival. During the performing stages of this productions, we raised money for Liv's Trust, which was founded in memory of Olivia Campbell-Hardy and helps young people in the Greater Manchester area to receive education in music and dance.
"the three performers, Megan Sharman, Ciaran Forde and Rio Montana Topley work seamlessly together, and the core strength of Fabiana Sforza’s beautiful direction is the movement, fluid at times, taut at others, that capture the ages of children and adults alike."
Fest Mag ⭑⭑⭑⭑
"Sforza doesn’t shy away from anger, pointing to the rise in racially motivated hate crimes that followed the attack and the years of austerity that depleted the local police force, but she doesn’t make an easy grab for her audience’s emotions, either. Instead the play settles upon a deep, meditative sadness that is truly moving"