ANNOUNCEMENT!

Surprise! Staging the Nation is finally coming to a stage near you – more precisely at the brilliant Theatre N16 in Balham! We can’t wait to show you our brand new pieces from two talented young ladies, Jessica Bailey and Terri Donovan. You can already read a bit about Jessica’s Vote Revolt and stay tuned to learn more about Terri’s theatrical game A Game of Chaos. Check all the info down below and book your tickets! 😀

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Vote Revolt + A Game of Chaos

Friday 26th and Saturday 27th May 7:15pm

Theatre N16 >> get your tickets!

For two consecutive nights, Staging the Nation will bring you an extract from a sharp hard-hitting play and an exceptional new theatrical game.

Vote Revolt, freely inspired by Paul Thompson’s By Common Consent (1974), is a dystopian picture of England: a group of boys representing a failing society, sexism, racism, the pressure of belonging to hierarchies and the need to prove your worth in destructive ways. What happens when one rejects the system and joins the other side, the rebels? A cruel fight where everything is permitted in order to survive.

A Game of Chaos takes place in a room that shrinks in size as time goes by. You’ll have a decision to make unanimously, but also a story, objectives and beliefs that will turn it into an impossible task. Will you stay in this mysterious facility and live a perfect life isolated from the world, or will you go back outside with no guarantee of what you’ll find, for the world has changed in the meantime? Get ready to cast your vote.

See you there! xx

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