Sally, an East End Senior Citizen, lives alone devoted to the memory of her husband Bob who died some years ago. One day Yusuf, helps Sally following a fall in the street. The two strike a sympathetic chord with a promise for more. But when Yusuf asks Sally for a date Bob's ghost does his best to put obstacles in the way of their relationship developing and causes Sally to have a series of falls in her home. Sally is torn between making a new life or remaining true to Bob's memory. Will she be able to lay the ghost to rest and stop herself from falling?
WE ALL FALL DOWN was written for elderly people of different ethnic minorities living in the East End of London, (Indian, Bangladeshi, Turkish, Cypriots, Pakistani, West Indian, etc.) to stop them from falling down! (It's incredible how many old people are injured and die from falls). As most of them did not speak or understood much English the hour-long play had to rely mostly on physical action rather than words.
WE ALL FALL DOWN has toured community centres of the East End of London and been revived several times by Immediate Theatre Company .