“There are no bad kids, just impressionable, conflicted, young people wrestling with emotions and impulses trying to communicate their feelings and needs”
A tortuous night of self reflection and discovery changes everything for Rae and her friends.
The last time they were together, a muslim child was left disfigured by a fire. One of them started it; they all have motives, they all have excuses.
As they try to decipher which of them struck the deadly match, accusations fly, more secrets are spilled and one thing becomes clear…for these young people, adults and a flawed society are the root of all evil.
Poetic and political. Relevant and real.
TICKETS SET PRICE £8 | DOORS OPEN 7PM | PERFORMANCE 7.30PM