Breaking The Silence

Rehearsed reading of Breaking The Silence: A play about identity, freedom and patriotism at Arcola Theatre - Studio 5.
BREAKING THE SILENCE - Rehearsed Reading at the Arcola Theatre

Image: 89th Productions

Event type: New writing

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Breaking The Silence: A play about identity, freedom and patriotism.

As a secret war of independence rages through the 1950s in French-controlled Cameroon, Sara, a young woman subjected to Colonial rule, struggles continually to strike a balance between her village traditions and her strong desire for educational equality for women.

Join the team for an afternoon of trying out some new writing.

The reading is free to attend and offers you the chance to provide feedback to the creative team after the show.

Written by Clarisse M. Kye, directed by Nathan Evans.

This event is supported by the Arcola Lab programme.


Friday 18 May 2018

Starts: 2-30 pm

Ends: 4-00 pm

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