Freeman on Wednesday 19th - Thursday 20th June 2019
Winner of a Spirit of the Fringe Award and shortlisted for Amnesty International’s Freedom of Expression Award, Freeman is inspired by the first man in America to plead Insanity as his defence and sees writer Camilla Whitehill (Where Do Little Birds Go?) and Strictly Arts examine the unspoken link between mental health and systemic racism.
Throughout time and across waters, from William Freeman to Sarah Reed, six true stories are threaded together and told through physical theatre, spoken word, gospel singing, shadow puppetry and more.
History is bound to repeat itself when the thumb is permanently bearing down on the loop button, so has anything really changed?
Age guidance: 14+ Some strong language and some scenes of a violent nature.
Warning: Includes some strobe effects
Culture for a fiver
£5 for ages 25 and under, including organised school and FE college groups
Note: the Group Discount price does not apply to this offer
“Outstanding artistic courage” Broadway Baby ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“a production of sheer class and talent” The Wee Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“Freeman is a revelation, a piece of stunning physical theatre” Guardian ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Freeman is presented at Luton Library Theatre as part of The Hat Factory Presents, which offers a taster of the programme to come when the venue reopens in 2019.
Minimum age: 14
Entry price (public): £12 / £10 conessions / £5 25 and Under (Additional fees may apply)
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