Website photos credited to Aenne Pallasca, Anthony Robling & Leeds Playhouse, Richard Davenport, Joe Twigg & Barrel Organ

some people talk about violence

“Outside someone is screaming – Just going for it - She wonders what would happen if I just started screaming?”

In a world of globalization and greed, of zero-hour contracts and The Big Bang Theory, violence worms its way into every aspect of our lives. Following their debut show Nothing, multi award-winning young company Barrel Organ present Some People Talk About Violence. Expect people, or just ideas, in mindless frustration, on the edge of some kind of revolt.

Some People Talk About Violence debuted at Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh Fringe before a two week run at Camden People's Theatre in London. The show then toured in Autumn 2016.

written by

lulu raczka

directed by

ali pidsley

 

assistant director

jack perkins

performed by

joe boylan

bryony davies

rosie gray

euan kitson

jack morning-newton

kate thorogood

additional performances with

craig hamilton

ellice stevens

additional material made by the company

 

lighting design

joe price

sound design

kieran lucas
 

produced by

francesca duncan

Developed at and supported by Camden People’s Theatre, Warwick Arts Centre & the HUB.

The script for 'Some People Talk About Violence' can be bought from Oberon here.

 

 

“New writing meets Forced Entertainment”

★★★★★ Exeunt