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As Shirley and Dwight bury their mother, they remember their upbringing in 1980s Chapeltown, Leeds differently. In the height of racial discrimination, police brutality and poverty, the struggle for survival ripped through their family.
Dwight was discovering what it meant to be an autistic young black boy in a world determined never to understand him. Shirley was desperately trying to forge her own independence away from unfair expectations at school and home.
Now as adults, they need to bring together the fractured pieces of their past to move forward together.
Nancy Medina directs Zodwa Nyoni’s gripping and heartfelt drama that explores the complexities and beauty of what it really means to care for one another.
Age restrictionThis performance is suitable for ages 12+.
Running timeTo be confirmed.
Performance dates14 July - 13 August 2022
ContentPlease be aware this performance contains references to police brutality and themes surrounding the death of a parent, racial discrimination, police brutality, poverty, structural oppression, ableism, and detailed medical talk.
AccessThere will be a Captioned Performance on 1 August at 7.30pm, an Audio Described Performance on 4 August at 7.30pm, and a Relaxed Performance on 6 August, at 2.30pm.
Venue InformationKiln Theatre 269 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7JR
SAVE UP TO £19 ON TICKETS Valid all performances excluding 6 August at 2.30 pm. Book by 13 August 2022