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See ‘Colours’ at Riverside Studios
Described as ‘a haunting and raunchy‘ play Colours is about one woman’s survival in Africa. The play focuses on a single mother with no easy access to funds as she turns to the sex industry to support the future of her daughter.
Winner of the 2009 Oxfam Suzie Smith award Colours is a poignant, funny and moving work, written and directed by Met Film School tutor Rory Kilalea and produced by Met Film School alumnus Francesca Broadfoot.
Head to the Riverside Studios website for more information or to book tickets. The play will show at Riverside for one night only on July 14th.
After opening at the Riverside Studio in Hammersmith on July 14th, Colours will then travel to the Edinburgh Festival for four weeks at Baillie Room at Assembly, George Street, 7th – 30th August, 10.50pm.