The Anatomy Rooms
Crathes Village Hall
Bettridge Community Centre
Tarland Village Hall
1999. The North Sea.
A young fisherman, in the midst of an unresolved life, finds his ship sinking under him.
Steeped in the heritage of the North East fishing communities, Graeme Maley’s adaptation of The Deep spins a touching tale of one man's struggle for survival at sea. A beautiful and universal story of love in adversity.
Using live music, this one man monologue offers a compelling and unforgettable confrontation of what becomes important and relevant when lost at sea.
The Deep was originally written by Jón Atli Jónasson, based on a miraculous true ocean event off the coast of Iceland.
Nominee: Best Stage Performance — Rural Touring Awards
Supported by Aberdeen City Creative Funding
Actor Andy Clark
Live Sound Design Kevin Lennon
Production Manager Donald Munro
Music Researcher Simon Gall
Writer Jón Atli Jónasson
Adapted Graeme Maley
Director Cameron Mowat
Producer Adam Coutts
"The Ten Feet Tall team have breathed enough fresh life into Jonasson’s text for it to claim modern classic status."★★★★