There's only so many times you're called shit before you start getting to believe it.
Stuck between a rock and a really hard place, a teenage boy kidnaps his little brother in a bid to flee his decrepit council flat and escape his daily encounters with the authorities. But with nowhere to go and no one to turn to, what kind of future do they face?
Written entirely in verse, this candid one man show switches seamlessly between the innocence of childhood and the very real struggle of being fcuk'd by an unfair system, shining a light on the all-too-real experiences of young working-class men in Britain today.
Forceful and lyrical. Properly angry, gentle, lost and focused all in one - Time Out
Fast-paced, emotionally wrought and intensely lyrical. Kept me gripped throughout - Litro Magazine
One of those plays you may want to forget, but never will - Dojo App
Performed by Will Mytum
Written by Niall Ransome
Directed by Jesse Michael Angelo
Sound by Peter Wilson
Associate Direction by Niall Ransome
Produced by Frankie Wakefield for Sonderlust Productions
30th May - 4th June
Tuesday - Sunday 7:30pm and Matinee on 4th June at 2pm