Death of England: Delroy
Michael Balogun plays Delroy with 'firecracker energy’ (★★★★ Evening Standard) in this new work by Clint Dyer and Roy Williams, which explores a Black working class man searching for truth and confronting his relationship with Great Britain.
Following national Coronovirus measures, Death of England: Delroy was forced to close mid-way through its run.
Death of England: Delroy takes inspiration from the short film Dim Sum, written by Clint Dyer, produced by Headlong and the Guardian.
PLEASE NOTE: The play contains flashing lights, adult themes and strong language, some of which is racially offensive.
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