Mongrel is set to show real bite at the Harlow Playhouse

A GROUND-breaking play, a partnership between Harlow Playhouse and Harlow College is set to make its debut next month.

Mongrel is the first of many original plays sourced from the Harlow Playhouse Young Practitioners programme, Harry Bailey and Leo Shepherds directorial debut is not to be missed.

The Plot: Alfie’s sleep has recently been haunted with nightmarish visions of wolves and hounds leading him to develop his own freakish outlook on life, comparing everybody he meets and their behaviour to foxes, wolves and everything in between. Always struggling to find a sense of belonging Alfie has concluded he’s a stray, a mongrel. In this production the audience follow Alfie on his journey of self-discovery, survival and consequences. Will Alfie run with the foxes or hunt with the wolves? That decision lies in the hands of the audience. ‘Mongrel’ is an innovative production that tackles the issue of gang-crime in the youth of today.

Brought to you by The Sned-It Company, in partnership with the Harlow Playhouse and Harlow College.

Written and directed by Harry Bailey and Leo Shepherd.
Estimated running time 2 hours including interval.
Recommended age 13+.

20 Jun — 21 Jun Theatre 2

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