So this little Badger was a gift on my 30th birthday. I’d always referred to Stu as Badger because back when it was fashionable, he had a silly badger stripe in his Hoxton fin.
The milestone of 30 made me want a childish picnic, at which we braved the rain and flew kites with friends. I tied the soft Badger to the kite tails and he flew in the skies of London.
Which is ironic, as after 7 years together, it’s the fear of flying that stopped the real Badger joining me on my move to Australia. One of the Badgers has courage.
Join our Heartbreak Hotel by sending the object by post, sending us a photograph or dropping off your item in person at the Griffin office. You don’t have to include your story but we would love to hear it. All objects will remain anonymous, we will look after them and will return them to you safe and sound.
Our resident artists will create a series of works inspired by your objects which will be performed on 8 June during our Festival of New Writing week.
Send or drop off your items to:
Griffin Theatre Company
13 Craigend Street
Kings Cross, 2011
Or send a photograph to [email protected]