Written by Stephen Kelman
Adapted by Gbolahan Obisesan
Directed by Nancy Medina
Designed by Aldo Vazquez
Movement Director Rachael Nanyonjo
Sound Marie Tueje
“I wanted to laugh but it hurt too much” London. 2011. The Dell Farm Estate.
Eleven year old Harri, a recent immigrant from Ghana, experiences a fast and furious ride of his life in urban England. Amidst an unfamiliar environment, he negotiates territory fights, family, friendship and a CSI murder mystery.
Comic and tragic, beautiful and brutal, Pigeon English is a story of childhood in an adult world.
The production features students from the Bristol School of Acting diploma. For more details on Bristol School of Acting degree programmes visit bristolschoolofacting.com
- RUNNING TIME2 hours (including interval)
- VENUEFactory Theatre
Age recommendation 14+ (contains references to domestic violence, sexual abuse, incest, murder and knife crime, derogatory language and gang culture) Read more about potential trigger warnings
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