Stop and Search by Gabriel Gbadamosi opens the question of why a tactic aimed at policing drugs, violence, and terrorism has grown into a flashpoint for wider, and deeper, flaws in a volatile and frightened social psyche.
The Public Address looks to answer that question. Over two nights 21 new pieces will be brought to the stage, exploring the social ramifications of the policy from creative perspectives.
From spoken word to performance art and everything in between, The Public Address gives a platform for new voices.
Sorry, Arcola Passport tickets are not available for this production.
Running time: 135 minutes approximately (including interval).
Suitable for 12+
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