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Hear Me Roar

22 Mar 2021

Online

A unique live event to mark the anniversary of lockdown-living.
Hear Me Roar - online from Burn Bright

Image courtesy Burn Bright

Show details

Synopsis


Burn Bright have created and commissioned a unique live event to mark the anniversary of lockdown-living.


Hear Me Roar is a new online experience that offers writers a chance to say the unsaid: it will showcase premiere performances alongside an interview with inspirational writer Morgan Lloyd Malcolm (Emilia, The Globe & West End).

Using fury as a force for positive change, Hear Me Roar shouts in the face of social injustice and champions women facing adversity.


Tying in with the looming lockdown anniversary, it is a chance to come together and reflect on the highs and lows of the previous year.


Background, advisory warnings


Age suitability: Not available


The event will feature seven powerhouse new plays, written and performed by by Chantelle Dusette (Where de Mangoes Grow, Bunker Theatre), Gail Egbeson (Jollof Court, VAULT Festival), Soph Galustian (Comedy: SKETCH, Soho Theatre), Tiwa Lade (RUSH, The Space), Lauren-Nicole Mayes (Coronation Street, ITV), Anna Morris (Lee and Dean, Channel 4) and Pegeen Murphy (Dreams For Our Daughters; Royal Exchange Theatre), and will be hosted by Burn Bright co-founder Tori Allen-Martin.


Inspired by the company's conception through injustice, this unmissable event exemplifies the company's commitment to platforming new voices and opening discussions.


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Show date


Monday 22 March 2021

Performance days & times


Evening:
Monday ‑ 8‑00pm

Matinee:
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Running time: To be confirmed

Tickets


Standard:
£5

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Cast


Hosted by Tori Allen-Martin


Written and performed by:


Chantelle Dusette

Gail Egbeson

Sophie Galustian

Tiwa Lade

Lauren-Nicole Mayes

Anna Morris

Pegeen Murphy


Creatives


Production: Burn Bright

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