Tony Marshall as Errol searching through a box of records in a Caribbean house. Lead image for Everything I Own by Daniel Ward Image © Rich Lakos

Everything I Own

20 June-6 July

Errol lost his Dad last year. Listening to his old man’s Spotify playlist, he remembers his Dad’s passion over the 1981 Brixton uprising and his certainty that change is coming.

Brixton House, in association with Sankofa Productions, with support from Hull Truck present

Description

Written by Daniel Ward

Errol lost his Dad last year.

Listening to his old man’s Spotify playlist, he remembers his Dad’s passion over the 1981 Brixton uprising and his certainty that change was coming.

Errol is tired of the fight, and as his son takes up the fight with the BLM movement, he questions if this is a revolution or a repetition.

Everything I Own is a heartwarming and poignant look at the relationship between generations and a reflection on the complex legacy of the Windrush generation.

Errol will be played by Tony Marshall.

Daniel Ward’s hit show returns after a hugely successful run as part of Housemates Festival 2023.

“You’re drawn in form the moment the play starts, and you’re there until the lights go down.” Audience Feedback from Housemates 2023

Special Event

Sat 22 Jun Windrush Day Special

Honouring Windrush Day, join us for the Home-Sweet-Home exhibition where Miss Selah will take you through her home and treasured items throwing us back in time to the 1970s where one room could be a family home; followed by the show Everything I Own. The Home-Sweet-Home exhibition will be on display in the Nook until 6 July and presented in partnership with Team Inspiration, K.O.R.A Sankofa Productions and the Calabash African Caribbean Elders Club in association with Brixton House. Windrush Day Special tickets for Everything I Own and exhibition are £12 (usually £22).

Guided exhibition Tours: 20, 22 Jun & 6 Jul, 6pm, Free

Show: 7.30pm (£12 tickets are available on 22 Jun, usually £22)

Elders Matinee 26 Jun, 2.45pm

Cast

Errol Tony Marshall

Tony is a Northerner – he stems from Oldham and trained at the Drama Centre London.

He is best known for playing ‘Noel’ in Casualty for 12 years before the character passed away of COVID-19 in an iconic BAFTA-winning episode.

Theatre includes: Charlie Williams in Eh Up, Me Old Flowers (Pleasance), Jitney (Old Vic, Leeds Playhouse); Having a Ball, Bouncers (Royal& Derngate, Northampton).

Film includes: Learning to Breathe, The Flint Street Nativity, Getting Off, Kis Kiss Bag Bang, Little Clumps of Hair.

Other TV includes: The Sister Boniface Mysteries, Hollyoaks, Only Fools and Horses, Still Open All Hours, Life on Mars, Ashes to Ashes, Holby City, Blessed, Judge John Deed, Living It, Doctors, My Family, Wing and a Prayer, The Queen’s Nose and Preston Front.

Tony has also narrated Chris Kamaras’ book, Unbelievable.

Creative Team

Writer Daniel Ward

Co-Directors Danielle Kassaraté and Daniel Ward

Sound Designer Xana

Lighting Designer Richard Owen

Stage Manager Daze Corder

In Conversation

Daniel Ward sits down with Tobi King Bakare, Writer and Performer of Before I Go to discuss their shows at Housemates Festival 2023.

Performances

Tickets: £22, £18 concessions, £16 previews
Recommended age: 14+ Contains racist language.
Duration: 1 hours
Thu 20 Jun 7:45pm
Preview
Fri 21 Jun 7:45pm
Preview
Sat 22 Jun 7:45pm
Windrush Day Performance
Mon 24 Jun 7:45pm
Press Night
Tue 25 Jun 7:45pm
Wed 26 Jun 2:45pm
Elders Matinee
Wed 26 Jun 7:45pm
Thu 27 Jun 7:45pm
Fri 28 Jun 7:45pm
Sat 29 Jun 2:45pm
Sat 29 Jun 7:45pm
Mon 01 Jul 7:45pm
Tue 02 Jul 7:45pm
Wed 03 Jul 2:45pm
Wed 03 Jul 7:45pm
Open Caption Performance
Thu 04 Jul 7:45pm
Audio Described + Touch Tour (18:15)
Fri 05 Jul 7:45pm
BSL Interpreted
Sat 06 Jul 2:45pm
Sat 06 Jul 7:45pm