19:45, Thu 21st – Sat 23rd September 2017 at Corpus Playroom
Breaking ground and challenging audiences….
When prison is your world, how do you function within society? This gripping, and at times chilling, one-man physical theatre performance tells the story of how prison can define a man.
Prison Game is a contemporary take on the Kitchen Sink Drama, themes stem from socialist realism of the Black community in inner city UK. Prison Game depicts the realities of working class Britain for First, Second and Third Windrush Generations.
Sold Out Runs performed at:
PUSH festival at Home 2016
Talawa First Festival 2016
The Studio at the Royal Exchange
“Sharp, funny, skilful and moving.” – The Observer