Eighteen

23 & 24 July, 2021

About

Everyone remembers their eighteenth birthday... unless it takes place during a pandemic.

Eight brand-new eighteen-year-olds invite you to the birthdays that got taken away by lockdown.

The parties that didn't happen, the rites of passage that were never completed, the memories that were never made. A chance to celebrate, reminisce and mark the beginning of a new era in their lives.

A new performance from nationally-acclaimed youth company Company Three, made by young people whose final year as company members took place during the pandemic, created with Philip Morris and Angie Peña Arenas.

Quotes & Reviews


Reviews for Company Three:

★★★★ 'Beautifully conceived.... talent and passion.'
The Observer on Brainstorm

'A lightness of touch [makes] Company Three so vibrant. They’re not afraid of the silliness, the fumbling, the mistakes... I want them to stay there, suspended in blue and pink shadows, twirling and writhing in the light.'
Exeunt on The Act

The Company


About Company Three: 

Company Three is a leading force for change for teenagers in our local community and around the world.

Based in Islington, North London, C3 makes transformative theatre through long-term, intensive collaboration between young people and professional theatre-makers. Their plays include Brainstorm at the National Theatre and on BBC iPlayer, The Future and The Act at the Yard Theatre and Boat at Battersea Arts Centre.

www.companythree.co.uk / @company_three


Creative Team:

Created by the company, Philip Morris and Angie Peña Arenas.

Director: Philip J Morris
DSM: Angie Peña Arenas
Co-Created: The Cast

Cast: 

Bailey Smith, Innayat Chowdhury, Nusayba Abaas, Jaekwan Hunte-Jarrett, Abigail Philip-Douglas, Kadiesat Turay, Aaliyah Murrian, Alannah Makoni


COVID-19


So you feel confident booking for our Reset Season we're putting in place new policies to ensure your visit is safe and secure. For more information, visit our Covid-19 page for the latest updates.

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