Dates and Times

Sat 23 - Sun 24 Jan at 9pm / 8.30pm (65 mins)

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Ticket information

£12 / 10

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Part of Whose London Is It Anyway?, a festival of theatre, performance and discussion exploring the changing face of our capital city.

Presented by FYSA Theatre

‘We want social housing, not social cleansing’

On 19th October 2013, 29 sheltering single mothers and children received eviction letters. Faced with the threat of skyrocketing rent of forced eviction, these women launched a campaign that pushed housing to the top of the political agenda.

From the Houses of Parliament to the streets of Newham, this piece of documentary theatre is adapted exclusively from real-life testimonies to provide a truthful re-telling of a national issue and how one group of women refused to be marginalized.

As ever-increasing cuts threaten social welfare, how does our country view housing in 2015? E15 explores the most prominent yet ignored issues in Britain today.

This is the beginning of the end of the housing crisis.

SPECIAL EVENT: There will be a post show discussion on Sun 24 Jan with members of the Focus E15 campaign who kindly contributed their words to the production.

“Dynamic, bold and ferocious” ★★★★★ The List
“Political theatre at its best” ★★★★★ Ed Fest
“Striking and passionate” ★★★★★ Fringe Review
“Explosive from start to finish” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ A Younger Theatre, British Theatre Guide, Exeunt

Winners of Most Outstanding Company, Best Direction & Writing, Best Ensemble Performance (NSDF)

Catch E15 in a double bill with Regeneration (7pm on Sat 23 Jan and 6.30pm on Sun 24 Jan). Two shows for just £16!

About the company

FYSA Theatre is a Sheffield-based documentary theatre company. Currently working in conjunction with Battersea Arts Centre, we are committed to working with different communities in both Sheffield and London in order to platform stories that need to be told and work with people to make their stories heard.

@fysatheatre | www.fysatheatre.com

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