For fans of This is England, Monty Python and Rick & Morty
A raucous comedy about what it means to be British, the new play by the award-winning Joseph Wilde (Casualty, Cuddles) charts one family’s journey to the dark side of extremism.
Unemployed teenager Jayne sets out to join The Glorious Knights of Britain, self-appointed guardians of the nation. They say the UK’s rulers are powerless to stop the immigrant “invasion” and are taking matters into their own hands.
They set Jayne on a quest that takes in the history of UK migration and a meeting with legendary King Arthur himself. Can she become the knight that Britain truly needs?
This pitch-black comedy is created by Hull’s Silent Uproar, the company behind the multi-award-winning A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad).
Supported by British Council, Arts Council England, Hull UK City of Culture 2017, Hull City Council and the New Diorama Theatre Emerging Companies Fund.
|Presented by:||Silent Uproar in association with LittleMighty|
|Suitable for ages:||15+|
|Ticket prices:||£16 Concessions £13.50 (including £1 per ticket booking fee)|