Image: The Bunker
Supported by Arts Council England, This Noise makes theatre about the politics of the here and now, by, with, and for young people.
"Later on, when he's not slept for thirty-three hours straight and he's stared so hard at the wall that it has changed colour and texture and shape, he will stand up and wish he had gone straight to bed, just gone straight to bed and not walked to the back of the flat and not walked up to the window and not seen it."
Two voices, two stories: an insomniac is watching TV in a language he doesn't understand and a woman is stood in a garden stretching her arms to the sky.
The whole world is asleep and something terrible is just around the corner.
Lyrical, eerie, and hypnotic, No One is Coming to Save You is the story of the wait for dawn in a suburban garden, a slow-build gasp from two lives lived in social, political and economic fear.
It's an attempt to get to grips with what we're waiting for and why we're waiting.
It's a call into the silence for someone to find a solution.
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London SE1 1RU
Performance days & times
Tuesday ‑ 7‑00pm
Friday ‑ 7‑00pm
Author: Nathan Ellis
Director: Charlotte Fraser
Lighting: Jessica Hung Han Yun
Sound: Callum Wyles
Movement: Lanre Malaolu
Production: This Noise