Graeae’s Ensemble 2018 presents Hurricane Protest Songs

 

“We believe that words carry immense power, that the stories we tell can be a force for change. They are the tools we use to shape the world around us, they let us be the change we want to see.”

Join Graeae’s Ensemble of young theatre makers in Hurricane Protest Songs, a breakthrough new production interweaving spoken word poetry, movement, music and storytelling. Incorporating creative use of British Sign Language, captioning and audio description, it asks: What is our future? How can we change the world? Are we really in control of our own destiny?

Graeae’s Ensemble programme supports young actors, writers and directors in training with a range of leading drama school tutors and freelance artists. Working together since January, Ensemble 2018 is a close knit group of eight artists from a variety of backgrounds and across the country.
Performances:

Friday 20 July 6.30pm
RADA Studios, 16 Chenies Street, London WC1E 7EX
Tickets on sale soon. Click here to register your interest in the meantime.

Wednesday 25 July 11am & 1pm
Rich Mix 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA – Venue 1
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Tickets at £5 each will go on sale soon. In the meantime, please click here to register your interest.

Running time 1 hour (approx).

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