Killing Me Softly

Ever fallen in love with someone you shouldn't have fallen in love with?


A tragic accident shakes a small town in the 1980’s. When the survivors are reunited twenty years later they seek comfort in each other. As they spend more time together, scars are reopened and passions are ignited. What seems like a match made in heaven slowly descends into hell.

Killing Me Softly is another blistering tour-de-verse from Richard Fry about love, hate, bereavement and karaoke.

Fry’s theatre is a breed that bites but one fuelled by the sharpest wit and an unwavering, intense humanity that moves mountains.
Fest Magazine

Fry is a master of the dark monologue
The Edinburgh Guide

You won’t find many better practitioners of the verse monologue than Richard Fry.
Genuinely chilling.
Destroy Before Reading

A great feat... Killing Me Softly is fun.
British Theatre Guide

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