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  • Block'd Off

    Tue 8th Nov - Sat 19th Nov at 7.15pm
    Tickets £12 (£10)
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    Block’d Off is a one woman show following 5 characters living in the cycle of deprivation and explores what it is to be working class in London. Based on real stories in real locations.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 minutes
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeViolence, Addiction/Mentions of Overdose, Swearing, Mentions of Sex. Suitable for 16+

    A Father putting his hopes on his Daughter's future.
    A couple of Dealers trying to flee the country.
    A Tutor manipulating his way to normality.
    A Florist escaping Favela warfare only to find a similar brutality.
    Another young boy stabbed too close to home.

    Working class means many things now and we all know the stereotypes. It's time to hear the voices behind the 'titles'.

    Block'd Off is a confronting and authentic telling of these stories.

    Written and directed by Kieton Saunders-Browne. Performed by Camila Segal.

    Supported by Arts Council England, Supported by the Pleasance Generate Fund 2022

    "Bold, dynamic and unmissable."
    North West End
    "Policy debates about poor people often focus on their lack of aspiration. This play bursts that myth. Kieton Saunders-Brown’s writing is superb."
    London Pub Theatres
    "A necessary watch."
    Theatre Full Stop
    "A bombastic, defiant show. This is the kind of theatre that changes things."
    Binge Fringe

    "Companies like us genuinely would not be making theatre if it was not for the ability of CPT and its team to identify artists who are worth taking a chance on."

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