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Bruised Sky Productions in association with Park Theatre presents the World Premiere of


By Sarah Milton

Directed by Rosa Crompton
Contains distressing themes, trigger warnings advised. Please email [email protected]

Part of the Come What May Festival

“You definitely want to f*ck her but you don’t want to know her. You certainly don’t want to stay for breakfast.…”

4 is a new one-woman play, written and performed by Sarah Milton and presented by Bruised Sky Productions, telling the story of one woman’s immediate response to a sexual assault, fuelled by a toxic friendship and crisis of identity.

The play opens with two best friends in their flat about to go on yet another night out. The protagonist, known as ‘She’, is hoping to win over her crush - Isaac the bartender, at their favourite drinking spot. That night, her best friend Trixie decides to invite a group of men home that she likes the look of, promoting She as her sexy, obtainable friend, to help seal the deal. But when She wakes up the next day, confused, sore, laid next to a man she doesn’t recognise, she is forced to re-evaluate everything she thinks she knows about her friendships, identity and sexuality.

Praise for Milton's previous productions Tumble Tuck and Lucy Light:

Off West End Award Nominee For Best Performance Piece

Edinburgh New Voice ‘Stage To Screen’ Nominee

"Sarah Milton’s writing is raw and incredibly important” ★★★★★ The National Student

"Chlorine-scented powerhouse of a performance" ★★★★★ Miro Magazine

“Go and see it." ★★★★★ Breaking The Fourth Wall



Come What May Festival Pricing: Book for multiple shows and save! 

Book for 1 show:  £15.00 per ticket
Book for 2 shows:  £13.50 per ticket (10% off)
Book for 3 shows:  £12.75 per ticket (15% off)
Book for 4 shows:  £12 per ticket (20% off)
Book for 5+ shows:  £11.25 per ticket (25% off)

Discount will automatically apply in basket when tickets are added.

Download the Come What May Festival calendar to view all dates in the run and the full line-up:


Come What May Festival Calendar


Photography: Lauren Mabbett