Curated by Arinzé Kene
Directed by Annabel Bolton
One Voice is a series of newly written monologues, spoken word and song from leading writers and performed by acclaimed actors on our stage − this is theatre in its rawest form. Without scenery, costume, and with nothing to rely on but words, One Voice reminds us what a single voice can do.
Curated by Arinzé Kene (Girl from the North Country, The Old Vic/West End; Misty, Bush/West End) to mark 100 years since the Armistice, Remembrance brings together five new monologues to shine a light on the powerful, poignant and surprising stories often hidden in the shadow of conflict.
Writers include: Ben Bailey Smith (Derek, writer of the Four O’Clock Club); Rachel De-Lahay (writer of Circles at Birmingham Rep/Tricycle); Monica Dolan (W1A); David Ireland (Ulster American) and Arinzé Kene. Performers to be announced.
Performers include: Jade Anouka, Ben Bailey Smith, Inès De Clercq and David Ireland.
Audience reactions to One Voice
‘Great proof that an actor alone on stage just with words & their audience can mesmerise’ @LouieJamesKeen
‘A funny, touching and oh so charming snapshot of life’ @g_ting
‘I feel inspired and vindicated and tearful all at the same time’ @Frankiappleton
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