Karamazoo is a 25 minute monologue for a young performer written in 2003 by London writer Philip Ridley. It is one of the most perfect pieces of writing for a young actor, combining fresh storytelling and comic characterisation that slowly reveals an unflinching critique of a failed social policy through the savage grief of a teenager struggling to cope with the death of a parent. This witty and moving monologue is performed by Joe Brown and directed by Peter Hussey.
Please note, this performance takes place in an outdoor location. Not suitable for children. Admission Free. (Please contact our box office on 045 448327 to book)
Part of Riverbank Arts Centre’s Culture Night Programme 2018.