Song of Riots by Awake Projects & The North Wall
Battersea Arts Centre

Until 17 October
Written by Lucy Maycock. Directed by Christopher Sivertsen & Lucy Maycock
Part of A Nations Theatre

Two boys. A prince from a fairy tale – the only child of a King and a Queen. A kid from the inner city – the only son of Polish immigrants. Both boys need to leave home. Both are out in the night. Both are looking to find golden opportunities. When they meet, a riot breaks out.

With woods, wildmen, and the poetry of William Blake, Song of Riots explores how boys cross the bridge from childhood to maturity and what happens if they fail to make that journey.

This dynamic new work fuses physical theatre, lyrical narrative and live music to tell an epic coming-of-age tale for our time.

For more information visit the Battersea Arts Centre website.

Claim the Offer:
£8 tickets for Song of Riots at Battersea Arts Centre. Valid on 13 October.

Quote ‘earlybird‘ when booking online or by phone on 020 7223 2223.

Terms and Conditions:
Subject to availability.