Mon, 05 Aug|
The Bread & Roses Theatre
Refugees, what are they good for? In a fractured post-Brexit Britain, the stage is set for a political showdown. Radio talk show host Parry Posh knows controversy is good for the ratings.
Time & Location
05 Aug 2019, 19:30 – 21:00
The Bread & Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor St, Clapham, London SW4 6DZ, UK
About the Event
written by Emmett Tams & devised by the company,
directed by Emmett Tams
5th - 7th August at 7:30pm
Refugees, what are they good for?
In a fractured post-Brexit Britain, the stage is set for a political showdown. Radio talk show host Parry Posh knows controversy is good for the ratings. With a volatile panel including an antagonistic right-wing journalist and a violent white nationalist invited to discuss the mounting refugee crisis, has he finally bitten off more than he can chew?
A new devised play exploring the growing polarisation of modern politics, and the damage it inflicts on both sides; as well as the culpability of the mainstream media.
Lighting Designer - Adam Moore-White
Sound Designer - Luke Coughlan
Stage Manager - Carys Williams
Running Time: 90 minutes (with interval)
Strong & inflammatory language
Latecomers may not be admitted. Ticket purchases are non refundable. Concession prices apply to students; under 18s; pensioners; those on disability and unemployment benefits; Equity, BECTU & SDUK members; Portico Places cardholders. As a young venue we are still upgrading and developing the space, any additional donations are much