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Wednesday May 18th 2016 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
South Hill Park
Bracknell , Berkshire

Worklight Theatre’s award-winning show Labels. The show is currently on a UK tour and it will be playing at South Hill Park Theatre on the 18th May.
Labels draws on writer and performer Joe Sellman-Leava’s experiences of being mixed heritage to explore broader issues of racism, immigration and displacement. Labels examines how we use words, the line between curiosity and fear, and the rise of anti-immigration rhetoric.
Labels was inspired by a racism and equality workshop, led by Oscar-winning writer, actor and activist Emma Thompson, at Exeter University in 2009. It premiered in the wake of the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Europe and fierce debates around migration and refugees. On reading the script, Thompson, who has spoken out against the UK’s response to the crisis, said, What a terrific piece. I love it. Simple, powerful, important and funny
£10, Dinner Theatre £25pp (includes meal & theatre ticket)
South Hill Park

South Hill Park
RG12 7PA


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