Stuart Semple is proud to have created a new artwork in support of a very special performance to be held this Sunday (25th October 2015) at the Royal Court Theatre in London.
The performance celebrates the 5th Anniversary of ‘Dramatic Need’ a chairty that brings the arts and creativity to rural areas of Africa as a successful fool tool for conflict resolution, social development, gender empowerment and the assimilation of health messages in underprivileged communities.
For his piece Stuart has drawn upon a new piece of writing by Laura Wade which is based on a testimony of a young girl called Goodness who had been abused by her uncle. The work deals with her inability to articulate her experience to her grandmother, having to resort to a variety of imagined bad dream scenarios to describe her obvious distress.
If you can attend on Sunday, please do. It will be an incredibly special evening.
For one night only
THE CHILDREN’S MONOLOGUES
5th Anniversary gala performance in aid of dramatic need
and DAVID THEWLIS
With original writing from
SIR DAVID HARE
ROY WILLIAMS OBE
and TANIKA GUPTA MBE
and live music by
and JAMES RHODES
15 Stories, 15 writers, 15 actors, 15 artists
SUNDAY 25th OCTOBER 2015
extremely limited tickets available
ROYAL COURT THEATRE
London SW1W 8AS