The theatre company has confirmed it will be performing Cordelia O’Neil’s new play at the Southwark Playhouse from the 22nd September.

Small Things Theatre Company has confirmed the new dates for the world première of Anything Is Possible If You Think About It Hard Enough set to play at the Southwark Playhouse from the 22nd September until the 9th October.

Written by by Cordelia O’Neill and directed by Kate Budgen, the play explores the depth of grief to find hope through the eyes of a couple whose baby is still born.

Talking about the news, Cordelia O’Neill said, “We feel incredibly lucky to be able to bring Anything Is Possible If You Think About It Hard Enough, back to life. We have missed the theatre and all the magic it brings. Thank you to Southwark for their continuous support and providing a platform for this vital story. We so look forward to September. Get us in that rehearsal room!”

Cordelia O’Neill is a writer, actress and co-founder of Small Things Theatre. Her plays include the sell-out show The Stolen Inches (Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2015), No Place For A Woman (Theatre503, 2018 – the play has been optioned by Cannibal Films and she is currently writing the screenplay), and The Vote about women’s suffrage with E17 Puppet Theatre Company (tour in Summer 2018 concluding at HighTide’s Walthamstow Festival). She also co-authored The Apologists at The Vaults 2019, which will be returning to Omnibus Theatre in 2020.

Director Kate Budgen’s previous credits include: GUT (Guildhall School of Music and Drama), The Importance of Being Earnest (Watermill Theatre), No Place for a Woman (Theatre 503), Strong Arm (Underbelly/Old Vic New Voices), The Hairy Ape (Southwark Playhouse), Rigor Mortis (Papatango Theatre Company/Finborough Theatre), Crossed Keys (Eastern Angles), Bedbound (Lion and Unicorn), Stoopud Fucken Animals (Traverse Theatre), There is a War (Arts Ed), Punk Rock (Guildford School of Acting), and Anne Boleyn (RWCMD).

Anything is Possible if You Think About it Hard Enough will play at the Southwark Playhouse from the 22nd September until the 9th October.