Streets - 'A New Kind Of Musical'

When did the beginning become the end?

Streets - 'A New Kind Of Musical'

A brand new musical, featuring an original score by young Scottish composer Finn Anderson, and Directed by Adam Boland. Once again the Interval Productions team bring you an exciting, hard hitting new piece of theatre that puts a group of friends growing up on London's streets, under a microscope. A series of workshops with a talented young cast and creative team who entered the rehearsal room with only a handful of songs and an outline of a script will document their creative process online, culminating in a revised version of Finn's 'STREETS' (the initial concept toured various Scottish theatres in 2011 before appearing at Edinburgh Fringe 2012).

'We are products of our environment, and there are reasons we make the choices we do. We are all so quick to judge each others actions, but what if you were faced with something unimaginable. Behind every closed door there is a story, we wanted to delve into that, look at an end result and work backwards, what factors caused it, what was inevitable, what could have been different, when did the beginning become the end?', says Interval's founder and co-writer on the new STREETS PROJECT book, Tori Allen-Martin.

Join a group of friends as they struggle to make ends meet and to carve out their future paths, watch them make decisions that will shape the rest of their lives, watch them fall in and out of love, and question.... what would you do?

'You gave us the streets, you gave us nothing but the streets, so we’ll own the streets'.

Ages 16+.  Contains very strong language, violence and drug use.

All remaining performances are SOLD OUT

Concessions (when available) apply to students, seniors, disabled, Westminster residents, Equity/Bectu/MU members.
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