How far would you go to protect your way of life?
A raucous comedy about what it means to be British, the new play by the award-winning Joseph Wilde (Casualty, Cuddles) charts one family’s journey to the dark side of extremism.
Unemployed teenager Jayne sets out to join The Glorious Knights of Britain, self-appointed guardians of the nation. They say the UK’s rulers are powerless to stop the immigrant “invasion” and are taking matters into their own hands.
They set Jayne on a quest that takes in the history of UK migration and a meeting with the legendary King Arthur himself. Can she become the knight that Britain truly needs?
This pitch-black comedy is created by Hull’s Silent Uproar, the company behind the multi-award winning A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad).
|Tue 20 Feb||7.00pm||TBC||
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