By Molly Taylor
Directed By Michael Bryher
Tickets £15 (£12 concessions)
The Yard Theatre
“When public shamings are delivered like remotely administered drone strikes nobody need think about how ferocious our collective power might be. The snowflake never needs to feel responsible for the avalanche."
After a succesful, sold-out run at the Almeida in July, Cacophony transfers to the Yard Theatre for a limited run of four performances.
Created by the Almeida Young Company and written by Molly Taylor, Cacophony tells the story of a young woman’s rise to fame after speaking up at a protest outside a controversial rape trial.
Weaving a complex web of fame and shame, Cacophony explores the power social media has to liberate brave new voices and, just as quickly, bring them crashing to earth. Inspired by the ideas in Jon Ronson’s book, So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed.
With Thanks to The Worshipful Company of Grocers
Tue 19 Feb – Fri 22 Feb
£15 (£12 concs)
'No Empty Seats' tickets available for £5 on the door to those aged 25 and under
All bookings are through The Yard Theatre website. For enquiries please call 020 3111 0570.
Molly is a playwright and theatre-maker.
Recent projects include: Shell and Davey at the Start and the End (VAULT Festival); See Me Now (Young Vic); And Yet It Moves (Young Vic Taking Part); The Neighbourhood Project (Bush Theatre).
Her one-woman show Love Letters to the Public Transport System was produced by the National Theatre of Scotland and won the Adelaide Critics Circle Award 2018. In August she will be presenting a new piece, Extinguished Things, at Summerhall for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018.
These performances take place at
The Yard Theatre
Unit 2a, Queens Yard White Post Lane
London E9 5EN
Direction Michael Bryher
Design Khadija Raza
Sound Design George Lumkin
Lighting Design Katie Nicoll
Assistant Director Germma Orleans-Thompson
Adam Hasyim Cranfield
Tiwalade Ibirogba Oluode
Sonny Poon Tip