Blue Elephant Theatre, London
Tuesday, 21 May - Saturday, 25 May
£8.60 - £12.60
In a city experiencing a three month heatwave, England's best World Cup since the 90s and the highest number of knife-crime killings in ten years, we focus on Michael, a young black male who has just finished his first year of college. The summer is about football, video games and parties - and pretending results day isn't looming. One night will change that, and leave Michael wondering what justice is if the system can't provide it...
A new play about knife crime and being young in today's London, inspired by true events.
Wooden Arrow is a production company that creates work with the purpose of bringing exposure to unseen perspectives. They focus on creating work for young, emerging and ambitious artists of all kinds and connecting people across an ever growing network of creatives. They create theatre and film, host workshops and play readings, and provide services including headshots and showreels.
Presented by Wooden Arrow https://www.woodenarrow.org/
Writer and Director: Rees Jenkins
Associate Director: Romy Foster
Movement Director : Kieton Saunders-Browne
Ticket additional information
Concessions are available to students, people over 65 and those receiving unemployment or disability benefits. Please bring proof of entitlement.
Please bring proof of living in Southwark if you book a discounted Southwark resident ticket.
Please note that we cannot issue refunds once tickets are bought. Please contact Blue Elephant Theatre directly if you wish to switch nights, which may be possible subject to availability.
Our bar and our box office open one hour before the show starts.
Please do not be late as we may be unable to admit latecomers.
Ticket Holders can avail of an exclusive offer from our new neighbours Golazio at 59 Camberwell Road. Show them your booking confirmation to get an Italian Craft Beer and large slice of pizza for £7!
If you have any access requirements, please contact us on 020 7701 0100 or [email protected]. Our theatre space is on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible but unfortunately, our bar upstairs is not.
Blue Elephant Theatre