Graduation is a day full of celebration and joy. The cloaks, the hats, the bubbles and the dreams all laid bare for the world to see. In July 2020, that class of graduating students had little to celebrate. There were no cloaks, no hats, possibly a bubble but whatever dreams there were, they were soon cut short when the world shut down.
Rethink is a play about the aftermath of that sunny July in 2020, when six graduates from a performing arts course on the South Coast of England, are encouraged to think again, in the wake of theatre closures and lack of opportunity. What choice do they have? According to a Government-backed advertising campaign their next job could be in cyber, they just don’t know it yet. So, there’s the choice. It’s as easy as that. Isn’t it?
This production is funded by The Boris Karloff Charitable Foundation, Cockayne - Grants for the Arts, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, The Leche Trust, The London Community Foundation, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Reed Foundation and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation
A fantastic piece of theatre
Date & time
3pm & 7.30pm