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Park Theatre and Talawa's Olivier-nominated A Place for We to stream online

David Webber in A Place for We By Archie Maddocks at the Park Theatre. Directed by Michael Buffong.
David Webber in A Place for We By Archie Maddocks at the Park Theatre. Directed by Michael Buffong.

Talawa Theatre Company and Park Theatre’s Olivier Award-nominated A Place for We will have its digital premiere on Windrush Day (22 June).

The moving production will be available for audiences across the country and around the world exclusively on Digital Theatre for five days only.

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Entrepreneur and TV presenter Denise Nurse will host the exclusive live screening of A Place for We on 22 June, including a live pre- and post show Q&A with the chance for livestreaming audiences to hear from key artists involved with the production.

This powerful production by Archie Maddocks holds a mirror up to London’s communities in the wake of the Windrush scandal and explores shifting communities, the traditions we choose to fight for and the ones we leave behind.

In one moment laugh-out-loud and the next deeply moving, A Place for We looks at where we live, how we live and the people who struggle to live in the place they call home.

The cast comprised of David Webber (Barber Shop Chronicles, National Theatre; The Children Act), Blake Harrison (World on Fire; The Inbetweeners), Joanna Horton (Fish Tank; Othello, The Globe), Laurence Ubong Williams (The Welkin, The National; Stop and Search, Theatre503), Kirsty Oswald (The Girl on the Train, UK Tour / West End; Things I Know To Be True, Frantic Assembly) and Harold Addo (Holes, Nottingham Playhouse/ UK Tour; Spring Awakening, Young Vic).

For more information and tickets visit digitaltheatre.com/a-place-for-we


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