This promising scratch night will be hosting pieces of new work that explore origin and identity.
Pieces will include:
“The Blind Truth by Annie Mwampulo, White Noise by Lynsey Martenstyn, Coconuts by Ollie Clark, Pretty for a Black Girl by Jess Espin-Thurgur and To Absent Friends by Sarah Thewlis.
This evening will be hosted by the Development Lab, Creator/Founder Yolanda Mercy, who will also facilitate the post performance discussion. Development Lab: Scratch Night is a part of the Evolution Festival, a four day celebration of the groundbreaking and exciting work being produced by young people in our capital. Over the four days, 100 young artists will be presenting a programme of original and fresh theatre, film and music.”
The scratch night will be showing at Lyric Hammersmith, tickets are £8
16th March (8:00pm)
18th March (6:30pm)
For tickets and more information visit: https://lyric.co.uk/shows/ef-development-lab-scratch-night/