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Borderland - Public Burning Theatre on Thursday 23rd March 2017
When Disney-loving Aminah meets blood-soaked Kayla in after-school detention, neither expects to bring a whole community to its knees. Borderland is a provocative, urgent look at modern-day segregation; a story of race, class, sexuality and power. This play will challenge liberal and traditional values alike.
Writer: James Harker
Director: Danielle McIlven
Photography: Gareth Rawbone
Praise for previous Public Burning Theatre productions:
“Theatre at its best … flawless … award-worthy stuff.”
Public Burning Theatre are a Lancashire-based company who mix naturalism and experimental staging to tell urgent, relevant stories in a theatrically exciting fashion. Their inaugural show, Gary: A Love Story, opened in Manchester to five-star reviews and went on to win Equity's 'Vickey Allen Award.' We're very excited to be bringing their new show to The Continental.
Borderland from Public Burning Theatre comes to The Continental on Thursday 23rd March, 2017
Doors open at 7.50pm for an 8pm show start.
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