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Voices From Home
Drama + New Writing

Voices From Home

Voices From Home is a curated festival of short plays and monologues, featuring the most exciting emerging writers from the South East.

Voices From Home is a curated festival of short plays and monologues, featuring the most exciting emerging writers from the South East. Presented by multi-award-winning Brighton-based Broken Silence Theatre - in collaboration with Pistachio Theatre - Voices From Home is a celebration of unheard voices and of the South East itself, enabling new and emerging talent to work side by side to create an exhilarating new writing festival.

The ethos is simple: to champion regional writers at the peak of their powers.

CAST & CREATIVES

 

Co-written by Roxanne Cavanagh Natalie Froome, Francis Grin, Rachelle Grubb, Francesca Marie Claire
Produced by Broken Silence Theatre and Pistachio Theatre

Ticket Price

£12.50 - £16

WHEN

16th October - 17th October

WHERE

King's Head Theatre

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REVIEWS

Praise for Broken Silence Theatre’s work:
“Captures a generation’s voice” The Stage
★★★★★ London Pub Theatres
★★★★★ London Theatre 1
★★★★★ Theatre Weekly
★★★★★ Spy in the Stalls
★★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
★★★★★ Unicorn Smiles Blog
★★★★★ The Review Chap

YOUR VISIT

Content warnings: This production includes strong Language, Sexual References, Scenes of an Adult Nature, Suggestions of Intoxication, References to infertility, Discussions relating to death of a loved one/personal grieving.


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