Punk Rock

Punk Rock

'The pressure he gets. The thoughts he has. People should be careful around him...People like him who get so much abuse and then one day. Pop.' 

Simon Stephen’s disturbing school play gets a timely revamp that examines a new world of pressure, privilege and psychosis.  Directed by Toby Clarke and performed by the Stratford East Young Company.

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Runtime: TBC (no interval)
Age Guidance: 14+ This show contains strong language, sexual references and violence.
Concessions: Available for under 26s
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Please note that seating is unreserved. The seating capacity may be increased in line with the government's COVID-19 roadmap, if applicable. All bookers will be made aware if the seating capacity or configuration changes.

Maya Bartley O'Dea - Bennett
Hannah Currie - Tanya
Rae Harm - William
Annine Ngesang - Chadwick
Ashling O'Shea - Nicky
Ashleigh-Mae Schoburgh-Crooks - Lilly
Elijah Walker - CC

Written by Simon Stephens
Director - Toby Clarke
Lighting Designer - Pablo Fernandez
Sound Designer - Roly Botha
Movement Director - Sean Hollands

Dates, Times & Tickets
  • Sat 24 Jul 2:30 PM £5.00
  • Sat 24 Jul 7:30 PM £5.00
  • Sat 24 Jul 2:30 PM £5.00
  • Sat 24 Jul 7:30 PM £5.00
Cast & Creative Teams

Maya Bartley O'Dea - Bennett
Hannah Currie - Tanya
Rae Harm - William
Annine Ngesang - Chadwick
Ashling O'Shea - Nicky
Ashleigh-Mae Schoburgh-Crooks - Lilly
Elijah Walker - CC

Written by Simon Stephens
Director - Toby Clarke
Lighting Designer - Pablo Fernadez
Sound Designer - Roly Botha
Movement Director - Sean Hollands

Toby Clarke (director) is a Director, Playwright and Acting Coach. He has produced work nationally and at venues including Bristol Old Vic Studio & The Curve Leicester and he most recently directed the Olivier Award Nominated Warheads at Park Theatre. Toby has worked or continues to develop Young Company work with established companies such as Theatre Peckham, National Youth Theatre, the Young Vic and Southwark Playhouse. 

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