Run Bunker Theatre

RUN follows Jewish, LGBT writer Stephen Laughton’s critically acclaimed play, SCREENS, which ran at Theatre503 over the summer of 2016, exploring the consequences of partition on national identity in a post-Brexit London orbital town.

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Filled with school riots, first loves, beached whales, cinema, space and sex, the play tells the story of Yonni (Tom Ross-Williams), an orthodox, Jewish teenager, who sneaks out over the Sabbath and causes a world of trouble. As the night unfolds Yonni takes us on a journey into the very depths of the solar systems as he navigates his own feelings of angst and rebellion. Set against a rising tide of anti-Semitism, Yonni pulls us into a colourful world that spans the entire universe; a world away from his overbearing mother and distant father, away from the stresses of school and 'shul' and 'shabbat'. Into the arms of Adam; the cheeky, older boy who catches his eye and leads him astray.

By:
Stephen Laughton
Producer:
In Bloom
Cast list:
Tom Ross-Wiliams

The Bunker

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53A Southwark Street London SE1 1RU
Nearest tube:
London Bridge

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