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Connections: Blackout

by Davey Anderson

28 June at 8.30pm
Running Time: 60 mins approx

Dorfman Theatre

£5.00 £5.00
£8 for both Connections shows on the same night

Inspired by the true story of a young offender from Glasgow who had committed a violent crime, a hard-hitting play about getting bullied, flighting back, trying to make a name for yourself, turning vicious, doing something stupid, losing everything, then finding your way again.

Age Guidance 15 + 

Performed by Take Part

 

Connections 500 Festival

The National Theatre’s Connections festival celebrates the talent and passion of young theatre-makers.

This year we mark the 21st anniversary of Connections. 500 youth theatre companies and 10,000 young people from every corner of the UK, working with 45 partner theatres, have performed twelve outstanding plays drawn from the 150 plus commissioned by the NT since the festival began.

The result is an unforgettable feast of theatre made by and for young people.

Have you taken part in Connections?
We want your Connections stories, photos and anecdotes.
Submit them here http://shareyourconnections.nationaltheatre.org.uk/

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Tuesday 28 June
What Are They Like? by Lucinda Coxon , performed by The Barbara Priestman Academy, 7pm Dorfman Theatre
Blackout by Davey Anderson, performed by Take Part, 8.30pm Dorfman Theatre

Wednesday 29 June
Take Away by Jackie Kay, performed by ACTS, 7pm Dorfman Theatre
The Musicians by Patrick Marber, performed by Hall for Cornwall Youth Theatre, 8.30pm Dorfman Theatre

Thursday 30 June
Bedbug by Snoo Wilson, Gary Kemp and Guy Pratt, performed by Theatre Royal Bath Theatre School, 7pm Dorfman Theatre
Bassett by James Graham, performed by the Peploe-Williams Academy, 8.30pm Dorfman Theatre

Friday 1 July
Eclipse by Simon Armitage, performed by Oldham Theatre Workshop,  7pm Dorfman Theatre
It Snows by Bryony Lavery, Scott Graham & Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly, performed by Ilex Theatre, 8.30pm Dorfman Theatre

Saturday 2 July
Citizenship by Mark Ravenhill, performed by Hove Park School, 7pm Dorfman Theatre
I'm Spilling My Heart Out Here by Stacey Gregg, performed by The Young Pretenders Theatre Company, 8.30pm Dorfman Theatre

Monday 4 July
Children of Killers by Katori Hall, performed by See & Eye Theatre, 7pm Olivier Theatre
Gargantua by Carl Grose, performed by Redbridge Youth Theatre Workshop, 8.30pm Olivier Theatre

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