The GREY stream is now over, thank you for taking part.
She is a strong, independent, Black woman.
She has a roof over her head. She has food in her fridge. She lives a good life. She’s also a little bit sad, a lot of the time. She doesn’t understand why.
Following her 5-star solo show, WHITE, Koko Brown brings you the second instalment of the Colour Trilogy, GREY. A candid show exploring depression and Black women’s mental health.
Blending spoken word and vocal looping, GREY is fully British Sign Language integrated and contains sensitive content.
Shortlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Speech Award
Shortlisted for the Filipa Braganca Award
The Guardian’s Best Shows of the Edinburgh Fringe 2018
“★★★★ This play is unique, creative, raw and honest.“Afridiziak
“★★★★ Candid, honest and provocative. It’s also funny.“Paul in London
“★★★★ A brave and beautiful depiction of depression that shines a light on an illness that is still misunderstood.“Fairy Powered Productions
By Koko Brown
Directed by Nicholai La Barrie
Cast Koko Brown and Sapphire Joy
Set Design Emily Harwood
Lighting Design and Production Manager Martha Godfrey
Movement Direction Shelley Maxwell
Sound Design Xana
Duration: 1hr 3mins. Recommended age 12+
Content notes: Flashing lights and strobe, references to suicide, strong language.
This sharing ended on Thu 9 Jul. Catch up on Sapphire Joy’s Twitter Q&A from the launch night watch party on Thu 2 Jul. Join the conversation using #HousetoHouse360 and #GREYplay.
Enjoyed this play? Check out other online plays in the House to House series during the Covid-19 lockdown.
We regret that it is not possible to add subtitles or Audio Description to this 360° recording. Koko will be providing introductory Audio Description notes which will be available on this page before the stream. A transcript of the play is available for D/deaf and Hard of Hearing viewers. Please let us know if there is any other way we can make House to House more accessible for you.
Image © Susan Dale, 2018.
Developed with support from public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.