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Homecomings: Synergy’s festival of new plays by ex-prisoners

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Homecomings: Synergy’s festival of new plays by ex-prisoners

Homecomings features premières of two new plays of addicts heading home to the people, places and things that landed them in trouble.  These headline a month of plays, talks and readings.


By Sonya Hale
Directed by Juliet Knight
21 February – 4 March

An unexpected reunion with Glory brings hope to Mina.  If she can stay clean and Glory can bring up a kid then maybe even mad Jonno can fix up and they can be a family again.  But sacrifices, secrets and survival can get in the way of your dreams.


By John Stanley
Directed by Russell Bolam
7 to 18 March

Tel’s left Bermondsey behind and only robs the occasional drum now.  He prefers dealing in moody clobber from Deptford.  But he’s got a screw loose and word’s out he’s a soft touch.  Thick-Al owes him a monkey and he has to revisit old hunting grounds to collect.

REHEARSED READING: The Political History of Smack and Crack by Ed Jones

27 February 7.45pm, Pay What You Can


OLD HABITS DIE HARD: Does going home after prison jeopardise recovery?
28 February 6.30pm, free with a show ticket

REWRITING JUSTICE: Finding, developing and producing voices emerging from prison
14 March 6.30pm, free with a show ticket

Tickets £15/£12 or see both plays for £20 using promotional code Synergy.  Book online for Glory Whispers and The Monkey  or call Box Office on 020 7978 7040.