little echoes

writer: TOM POWELL director: STEPHEN BAILEY
19 Feb - 9 Mar 2019
7.45pm
£15/£12
Tues - Sat only

“He looked the same as anyone else. Any of the other ones who come in. White boys. So I didn’t clock anything different, cos there wasn’t anything different. How was I meant to know?”

Shajenthran’s brother has had acid thrown in his face and Shaj is out for revenge. Danielle’s teenage crush on a pop idol develops into an illicit relationship, ‘professional mentoring’ becoming something much darker. June has spent over a decade serving the private needs of the super wealthy, but her new assignments confront her with the questions she’s spent a lifetime running from.

When their paths cross it is not something any of them will forget. Filled with love, coercion, loneliness and obsession, Little Echoes takes you through the city as you’ve never seen it before. A city of deep shadows, darker intentions, and where anything can change in the night…

Little Echoes was written by Tom Powell, winner of the OTR National Radio Drama Award, Footlights’ Harry Porter Prize, and shortlisted for the Soho Young Writers Award* and directed by Stephen Bailey (European Theatre Convention Scholar 2018). Produced by Pentire Street Productions (Winner of The Innovation Award for ‘Rubber’, VAULT Festival 2018)

Box Office opens at 7.00pm for cash sales and collection of pre-booked tickets. The performance lasts approximately 80mins without interval and contains strong language and scenes that directly refer to violent acts. No re-admittance once the performance has commenced.

LATECOMERS MAY NOT BE ADMITTED. PLEASE ARRIVE IN GOOD TIME FOR THE START TIME OF 7.45PM.

Over 18s only. Due to pub licensing laws no one under the age of 18 is permitted into the building after 7pm.

Refunds and exchanges are not available.

talking back

7 - 8 June

TALKING BACK: A Night of Black Verbatim Theatre encompasses two plays: BLACK WOMEN DATING WHITE MEN & PRESENT BLACK FATHERS. BLACK WOMEN DATING WHITE MEN: interviews of Black women in relationships with white men. Expect talks of privilege, activism, & headscarves. PRESENT BLACK FATHERS: interviews that challenge the “absent Black father” stereotype. Funny, emotional, & sometimes too real.

period dramas

21 & 22 June

Ever wondered what Period Dramas would be like if they really were about Periods?

Period Dramas is a hilarious one-woman romp through the ages where stand-up, cabaret and tap dance collide to fill the gaps in the history books and interrogate the menstrual taboo both past and present.

booking:
telephone bookings:
0333 666 3366
(booking fees apply, fees for telephone sales will be higher)