“The drinks have truly settled in the system, best friend leaves like the music faded. Waved goodbye, can’t wait for us to do it again! Go on a bender until we is numb in the head and wobble at the knees. Started with pre drinks, cab drinking and then we’re in the club yet again drowning our throats.”
Sorry Fi Disturb Yuh tells the story of two friends on a night out in London, with spoken word poetry at the forefront of the dialogue. As their night unfolds, we see flashes of homelessness, crime and other facts of life spill into what should be a mundane night out. The show explores the themes of depression, grief and masculinity, but at its heart, it’s a story of friendship and brotherhood.
Russenï is an explosive actor & poet with unique performance abilities. An acclaimed spoken word artist, he has featured widely, including events at the Olympic Park, Southbank and as opening act for The Last Poets at the Love Box Festival. As an actor Russeni has worked extensively with London Bubble Theatre where he developed a passion for creating topical, interactive theatre based on real life experiences. He has just completed his self-written short film ‘Sorry Fi Disturb Yuh’ directed by Georgia Goggin.
This performance contains strong language and includes themes of depression, substance abuse and grief.
This performance contains strobe and bright lighting.