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The CentrE17

Friday 2nd November 2018, 8:00pm

Price: £10.00
(£10.70 including booking fee)



A new play by Longsight Theatre

How far have we come? How far would you go?

The Young Hot Bloods were a group of young women prepared to be on “danger duty” for the fight for women’s suffrage. Who are the Young Hot Bloods of today and should we be on their side?

Longsight Theatre have gathered voices and stories from across East London - from activists to politicians, radical feminists to anti-feminists and school children to older generations, asking; where are we now and how far would you go? These interviews form the content for our new play, Young Hot Bloods.

The show is inspired by the 1918 centenary of the right of (some) women to vote, and based on the struggles of 2018.

Young Hot Bloods, a headphone verbatim play, was first shared at From the Forest Festival in Walthamstow in July. In headphone verbatim theatre the actors perform whilst listening to the interview material on headsets; saying the lines a split second behind the original material. This is an intimate, exciting and honest form of story-telling.

In a hundred years from now will anyone be celebrating our victories? And can we even agree what we are fighting for? Is this generation as ‘woke’ as they think they are? Is this the beginning of a new era?


Longsight Theatre makes award-winning, brave, intimate theatre with a focus on new writing

The company is led by Co-Artistic Directors Sarah Meadows, Rosalyn Newbery and Stephen Myott-Meadows, in collaboration with a team of top creative Associates.

Most recently, Longsight’s multi-award winning YOU by BBC Radio 4 writer Mark Wilson, was at London's VAULT Festival ‘A monumental play’ ?????FRINGE GURU, enjoyed a critically acclaimed run at London’s VAULT Festival 2018, picking up the judges ‘Pick of the Week’ award

Past productions include Where Do Little Birds Go?, Mr Incredible and On The Crest Of A Wave by Camilla Whitehill.

On Longsight Theatre; ‘Expect fierceness and brilliance burning magnesium bright’ THE STAGE, Critics Edinburgh Picks 2016.

Longsight Theatre are also proud to co-run the Vault New Writers Award sponsored by Nick Herne Books. www.longsightheatre.com


Terms & conditions for YOUNG HOT BLOODS

Tickets are non-refundable. Proof of purchase must be shown to gain admission 
Doors open 15 mins before start time

Start times are correct on ticket.

The CentrE17

1 Church Hill,
E17 3AB


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