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Some smaller theatres have already made plans to reopen, though this does not apply yet to all venues.
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15 to 17 Jun 2021
Camden People's Theatre
Image courtesy Camden People's Theatre
And moving and speaking.
And skanking and moving and speaking.
And shaking shaking.
Pointing at the space when others see my face.
Pointing at addiction and how that makes us who we are.
Pointing at divorce and how that makes us who we are.
Pointing at Britain and old actors and privilege and how that makes me who I am.
Pointing at the Sun and speaking about white golden things.
Today, Britain continues to benefit from its colonial past.
A nation passionately caught up with being right, being the exception to the rule, and making profit at any cost.
Children of divorced parents are 50% more likely to develop mental health problems.
Addiction is a primary cause of preventable death, ruining lives, and consuming vast amounts of medical resources.
Will is white, British, straight, and privately educated.
He grew up in a wealthy suburb inside the M25 and now lives in a Victorian house in Liverpool.
Divorced parents; addictions to food, exercise, and attention.
Is there a way of coming to terms with this identity, this past, and his privilege?
Any hope? Any space for a voice and moving body beyond a maelstrom of inequality?
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Age suitability: Not available
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London NW1 2PY
Performance days & times
Tue 15 Jun, 2021 ‑ 7‑15 pm
Wed 16 Jun, 2021 ‑ 7‑15 pm
Thu 17 Jun, 2021 ‑ 7‑15 pm
Production: Will Dickie