Fri 31 May 2019 at TNG Youth Centre Show(s) at 6.30pmShow lasts approximately 30 minutes, suitable for 10 and above.
SPONTANEOUS PRODUCTIONS in association with KIRKDALE BOOKSHOP and THE JAMES ROSS HUNTER YOUTH SUPPORT ORGANISATION presents:
“What would it take to walk away?”
An original drama written by young people.
About the Show
Marking the 5th anniversary of the fatal stabbing of James Hunter in Wells Park Road, Sydenham in May 2014, Spontaneous Productions Theatre Company has joined forces with the James Ross Hunter Youth Support Organisation to create a hard-hitting, original drama written by young people, under the guidance of professional mentors. Featuring a professional cast plus music, dance and spoken word contributions from young performers, SAFE challenges expectations about London’s youth, offers hope for the future and a positive message about staying safe in an increasingly dangerous society.
FREE performance: 6-6.30pm, Fri 31 May 2019
– no need to book, just turn up
TNG Youth Centre, 111 Wells Park Road, Sydenham SE26 6AD
Part of JRHYS event marking the 5th anniversary of the fatal stabbing of James Hunter in Wells Park Rd. Event runs 4-8pm with music, dance and theatre performance from 6pm.
- Producer and co-ordinator for Spontaneous Productions: JONATHAN KAUFMAN
- Project co-ordinator for JRHYS: COLLET HUNTER
- Director and workshops facilitator: MONIQUE MOULTON
- Writers: HELEN ELIZABETH GARCIA and ROSA NDONG OSA
The Audience Reviews
What audiences have said about our previous shows:
- “Another superb show – we thoroughly enjoyed it! Very lucky to have this on our doorstep. Thank you!” (The Little Mermaid)
- “Wonderful. Inventive. Entertaining.” (Goldilocks)
- “Excellent script, good audience participation & very funny. Great family entertainment for the weekend” (Jack and the Beanstalk)
Photo credits: Mark Drinkwater