Following a sell-out run at the National Theatre, the award-winning Inua Ellams returns to the Playhouse with a new play about two foster brothers building a global T-shirt brand.
Inua was born in Nigeria and moved to the UK as a teenager. He merges visual art, poetry and theatre, telling stories with iconic imagery and humour.
Commissioned by Warwick Arts Centre. Developed with the support of the Arvon Foundation and the National Theatre. Funded by Arts Council England.
Dates & Times
|Black T-Shirt Collection - Fri 9 Nov 8:00pm Fri 9 Nov||Playroom||8:00pm||£12 (£10, £8.50)|
|Black T-Shirt Collection - Sat 10 Nov 8:00pm Sat 10 Nov||Playroom||8:00pm||£12 (£10, £8.50)|
You sink into his storytelling, which paints vivid mental images. Four stars ****
— Time Out
A fluent, intense 70-minute confection and a tinglingly resonant celebration of the art of solo performance ****
— Evening Standard