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 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.
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Content warning: racist language.
Please note that all performances will be script in hand.
Housemate: Daniel Ward
Daniel Ward, Gens Productions, is a writer and actor from South London. His work focuses on the Black British lived experienced, in all its guises from the naturalistic to the fantastical and has resulted in several awards and accolades including winning the George Devine Award in 2020 for his play, The Canary And The Crow. he is currently developing several projects across Film, Theatre and TV.
Everal A Walsh
Everal A Walsh’s work in theatre includes Revealed (Tobacco Factory), Rockets and Blue Lights (National Theatre, Royal Exchange Manchester); The Honey Man (Northcott Theatre Exeter); A Christmas Carol (Leeds Playhouse); War With The Newts (Knaive Theatre); Amadeus, The Amen Corner and The Comedy of Errors (National Theatre); The Wakefield Mystery Plays (Wakefield Theatre Royal/Wakefield Cathedral); When Bill Met Robert (Slung Low Shorts); A Raisin In The Sun (Eclipse Theatre); The Epic Adventure of Nhamo the Manyinka Warrior (Tiata Fahodzi); Sweeney Todd and Beautification of Area Boy (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Dreaming Under A Different Moon (Water’s Edge Arts); Strawgirl, Antony and Cleopatra and Basil and Beattie (Royal Exchange Manchester); Travels With My Aunt (The New Wolsey Theatre); Aladdin (Wakefield Theatre Royal, Nottingham Playhouse); Karry Owky (Theatre in the Mill); Aladdin (Oldham Coliseum); Ghost Boy and Babul and the Blue Bear (20 Stories High Theatre); Billie Holliday Story (Theatre Production); Living Pretty (Normal Production); The Beautiful Violin (Peshlar); The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Red Wolf); Ooh Ah Showab Khan (ARC); and Othello (Andrew Sketchley Theatre).
TV includes Orpheus in the Record Shop, Doctor Who, Cold Call, Doctors, In the Dark, Coronation Street, The Accused, Spooks, It’s Adam and Shelley, New Street Law, The Street, Blue Murder, Max and Paddy, Emmerdale and Prime Suspect.
Film includes The Favourite, The Selfish Giant, Screwed and Cold Heaven.
Writer and Director: Daniel Ward
Co-Director: Danielle Kassaraté