Cordy House expands its repertoire of event hosting this month with the Carboard Citizens staging of Mincemeat.
Cardboard Citizens is a charitable organisation that works with homeless and displaced peoples, both in reaching their practical needs and through theatre and performance arts. Believing in the beneficial, change-evoking characteristics of theater, they offer free workshops and performance opportunities to homeless people.
Written by Adrian Jackson & Farhana Sheikh, Mincemeat explores the mystery surrounding a dead body that significantly changed the outcome of the second world war. The play is performed by professional cast including ex-homeless actors.
A REMARKABLE PIECE OF THEATRE, MULTILAYERED, PASSIONATE...MAKES YOU ANGRY AND MAKES YOU CRY. **** Guardian
The play opens tonight (Monday 15th June) and runs till the 12th July @ Cordy House, Curtain Road, E2.