In a society dominated by consumerism, the year 2005 marked one of the biggest changes that shocked the complacent Londoners out of their insularity. Live 8, winning the Olympics bid and the catastrophic effect of the London bombings contributed to the upheaval to the psyche of an indifferent London.
See on stage the changes occur in Simon Stephens’ play, Pornography. Under the direction of Jessica-Amy Townsend, the third year actors embrace this performance by combining abstract simplicity with realism, as they share London and its disconnected moods with you.
Pornography will run from Thursday 21st May until Friday 22nd May.
Contact Karis at firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets.