Award-winning drama comes to campus - for one night only
Worklight Theatre is bringing its multi-award winning drama 'Labels' to stage@leeds this Thursday 12 May. Don't miss the chance to see it.
The show, written and performed by Joe Sellman-Leava, chronicles his upbringing in rural Devon as a boy of mixed-heritage growing up in the 90s. Labels examines the way we use words, the line between curiosity and fear, and the rise of anti-immigration rhetoric. Expect humour, honesty and romance in this story from multicultural Britain.
The show has received great critical acclaim:
"Terrific and really thoughtful" - Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
"Powerful, important and funny" - Emma Thompson
"Enlightening and touching" - Broadway Baby
"A gentle firestorm of a play" - British Theatre guide
"Simply magnificent" - Ed Fringe review
"Polished, personal and provocative" - the Scotsman
and has won awards following its Australian tour and long runs in London and Plymouth.
It is visiting stage@leeds for one night only - Thursday 12 May, 7.30pm.
You can buy tickets online: £9.50 or £6.50 for concessions.Posted in: University news