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Playmill: Dance
Festivals + New Writing

Playmill: Dance

How far would a father go for revenge?

Kemi’s being bullied and it’s getting out of control. Everything her dad does to help only makes it worse. 

But when Kemi is humiliatingly thrust into the limelight, the pair concoct a dark revenge that might just go viral. 

Dance is a captivating, funny and unpredictable story about how far people will go to take back control.

Dance premiered as a lockdown drama in 2020. Viewed over 1500 times, it was one of the Guardian’s Hottest Front-Row Seats and featured on the BBC Culture in Quarantine site.

Starring Saffron Coomber (Tracy Beaker Returns, Emilia) and Christopher Harper (Coronation Street, Dial M for Murder).

Age guidance: 15+ (contains strong language and adult themes)

CAST & CREATIVES

Kemi Saffron Coomber

Dad Christoper Harper

Writer Matthew Morrison

Director Charlotte Peters

Music Lindsey Miller

Choreographer Lily Howkins

Ticket Price

£10 - £18

WHEN

Mon 12 - Sat 17 July 2021

WHERE

King's Head Theatre

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REVIEWS

★★★★★ ‘Thrilling… fizzes with life-affirming energyThe Reviews Hub

★★★★ ‘A thoughtful play about cyber-bullying, parental love and fighting backLondon Pub Theatres

★★★★ ‘It’s a sharp play that captures the dangers of social media, presenting them in a thought provoking, but highly entertaining wayTheatre Weekly


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