Strictly Arts Theatre in association with Belgrade Theatre presents


Wednesday 5 to Saturday 8 September 2018

  • Presented at B2 stage
  • Tickets: £12.25 & £14.50 Concessions: £10.25 & £12.50

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Inspired by the first man in America to plead insanity as his defence, award-winning writer Camilla Whitehill and Strictly Arts examine the unspoken link between mental health and systemic racism. Throughout time and across waters, from William Freeman to Sarah Reed, six true stories are threaded together and told through physical theatre, spoken word, gospel singing, shadow puppetry and more.

History is bound to repeat itself when the thumb is permanently bearing down on the loop button, so has anything really changed?

Recommended for ages 12+

‘Powerful and provocative’ ★★★★
What’s On Live

Most of our seating require use of steps to access them. For further details please see information on our Access page or speak to one of our box office team.

Wed 5 Sep 8:00pm Book Tickets
Thu 6 Sep 2:30pm Book Tickets
Thu 6 Sep 8:00pm Book Tickets
Fri 7 Sep 8:00pm Book Tickets
Sat 8 Sep 2:30pm Book Tickets
Sat 8 Sep 8:00pm Book Tickets

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