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29 – 30 July 2022

Look, No Hands

Look, No Hands


Friday 29 July at 7.30pm

Saturday 30 July at 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Written and performed by Lila Clements 

Directed by Anna Ryder

Movement Director Michael Spenceley

Lighting Designer Jenny Roxburgh

Sound Designer Sam Diaz


Cyclist Vee has no idea why she’s woken up in hospital. Armed with only her medical notes and a surprise appearance on 24 Hours in A&E, she tries to piece together exactly what has happened to her. But the mystery she can’t solve is why something so awful… has made her feel so fantastic! 

Inspired by a real-life cycling collision, this award-winning solo show by Scottish artist Lila Clements, is an uplifting story of hope and survival, made in partnership with female cycling club Velociposse.

The Pleasance (Edinburgh) is working with partner theatres across the UK to identify and support exceptional artists and companies local to them who want to take work to the Fringe. Each partner is a leading national producing house, with a commitment to supporting and developing new artists.

In 2021,Pitlochry Festival Theatre was delighted to be one of the partner organisations for the first time, alongside York Theatre Royal, Bristol Old Vic, HOME Manchester, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Eden Court Inverness and Leicester Curve.

Following an open call out, we supported Lila Clements with her production ‘Look, No Hands‘, an exciting new piece about childhood memory, grief, trauma and positive growth. This is Lila’s first full length solo show exploring how trauma changes us.

National Partnership


Tickets from £11.

Tiny Giant Productions, Lila Clements & Bell Rock Productions

The Production was supported by Pitlochry Festival Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe 2021

★★★★ Look, No Hands makes for a genuinely exciting piece of theatre.

(A Younger Theatre)


★★★★ “It is an inspiring and uplifting play that celebrates human endurance in the wake of tragedy. It is a reminder that we are all capable of more than we think.”

(Love London Love Culture)

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