What's On The Shape of The Pain A Scotsman Fringe First award-winning show exploring life in extremity and the joy that can be found there. China Plate, Rachel Bagshaw and Chris ThorpeCommissioned by Battersea Arts Centre and New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich. Book now Access I don’t have to remember being in pain. I’m not sure that’s something we can do. And in my case, it’s irrelevant. You can’t remember something that’s still happening. One woman attempts to articulate her experience of physical pain. Pain with no apparent cause. Also, she’s met someone, and they want to make this work. A Scotsman Fringe First award-winning show exploring life in extremity and the joy that can be found there.This performance is captioned, audio described and wheelchair accessible. Commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre and New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich. Book now Access Captioned performance, Touch Tour and Audio Described. Fri 5 Apr, 7.45pm (Touch tours are usually 1hr 30mins before the performance start time) Northern Stage is fully accessible. The theatre has three lifts providing access to all parts of the building, including the accessible toilets, baby changing facilities, stages 2 & 3 and the backstage area. Buggy parking is available. To discuss any access needs, take a look at our access page or please call our Box Office on 0191 230 5151.