Plague has hit the world wiping out most of the human population. Three teenagers from Bradford are among the few survivors: Harvinder, Nusrat and Alleyne. Together and separately they struggle to survive, each bringing together their people as they try to remake their world. But their biggest challenge doesn’t come from starvation, or zombie like cannibals.
It comes from within. Game of Thrones meets Walking Dead. In Bradford.
by Rav Sanghera
Bradford Interchange is a great meeting point; a space where people start and end journeys. Rav Sanghera’s new play is inspired by the stories of people who work and travel through it.
Emerging writers' course.
There are 10 writers on the current Street Voices 5 emerging writers’ course and they are busy finalising their final scripts.
Our Free Acting Workshops!
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#ChipShopTheMusical features UK grime music, Yorkshire brass, chip shop sounds and free food for all audience members…
Taxi Tales is an exciting new performance project taking place in Bradford, in which playwrights will work with minicab drivers from the area to develop monologues (dramatic speeches) for the drivers to perform at a one-off special performance in London as part of a national festival to celebrate theatre in the UK called ‘A Nations Theatre’.
A new project exploring the context in which the Magna Carta was written, its journey through history and its legacy of freedom and democracy worldwide. A series of public celebratory events will be taking place and following that we will be making an educatory film highlighting the importance of the Magna Carta and its relevance today.
Our plans to work with more schools and youth groups, creating connections, sharing experiences, telling stories from and for our city.