Harlow’s Razed Roof set to go on tour

Lifestyle / Mon 9th Jun 2014 at 01:44pm

THE wonderful Razed Roof theatre company are about to tour with their successful new show “Flood”.

They will be performing at the Jerwood Dance House at Ipswich on Thursday 12th June!

A spokesperson said: “We commissioned Judith Johnson (playwright for NT Connections/Royal Court/ Arcola) to work with our inclusive performance company of people with, and without, severe learning disabilities, to produce the play ‘FLOOD’.

It was successfully premiered at Harlow Playhouse and received glowing reviews.

It is now going on tour. We’d love you to join us on Thursday 12th June at 7.30pm at the Jerwood Dance House, Ipswich IP4 1DW

The running time is about 70 mins.

floodIf you cannot make that date, we will be at Thameside Theatre Grays, Essex on Thursday 19th June (see second poster)

‘On the evening of 31 January 1953, a great storm surge swept down the east coast of England and overcame fragile sea defences, leaving 307 people drowned or dead from the effects of exposure. Inspired by the stories of local people who survived the Big Flood – plus electricity bills, rising sea levels, and polar bears – Razed Roof’s unique style brings a brilliantly fresh perspective to the issue of climate change.’

Please will you share this info with any colleagues who may be interested in diversity…..but hoping you may be able to join us!

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