Summer Festival: Some People Talk About Violence When violence is so ubiquitous, how do we keep talking about it?

Summer Festival: Some People Talk About Violence

The Wardrobe Theatre

Key Information
  • Dates Thu 20 Jun 2024 - Sat 22 Jun 2024
  • Location The Wardrobe Theatre
  • Tickets

    Single £10
    Double Bill £15
    Season Ticket £40

  • Creative Team

    Written by Lulu Raczka
    Directed by Helen Morley
    Designed by Millie Richmond

Book Tickets

“Whatever that thing is – sitting on the sofa all day – doing whatever it is that it does. She doesn’t want to talk to it. And she knows that isn’t good.”

What if you didn’t pay rent? What if you never left the house? What if you stopped talking? What if you never stopped talking? What if you cut your arm off? What if you told me to f*ck off? What if you punched me in the face? What if I scared you?

Violence is sewn into the fabric of our everyday – it’s on our TV, our relationships, our work, our language. When violence is so ubiquitous, how do we keep talking about it? How do we keep noticing it?

This play is showing as a double bill with Hymns. Find out more about the BOVTS Summer Festival at the Wardrobe Theatre here.

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In just one year the MFA programme has given me the confidence in my artistry and the tools to work professionally that I lacked prior to my training. N'Dea Miles, MFA Professional Acting Student