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In a failing comprehensive in Stockton-on-Tees, Matt is struggling to inspire his art class. But then he spots young Ryan Nesbitt s extra curricular graffiti, and reckons it s as exciting as anything in the contemporary art world. It s just a pity he s chosen to express his talents on the school s newly refurbished toilet block, and the Headmaster s on the warpath. In desperation, Matt invites up an old friend with connections in the London art world. Will Ryan be celebrated as the new enfant terrible of the contemporary art scene or excluded as a vandal and end up like the other school drop-outs? In this biting new comedy, a product of our creaking education system collides with the often-bizarre world of commercial art.Performers Michael Imerson, Michael Bertenshaw, Jackie Lye.
Author Christopher William Hill. Company Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. Director Laurie Sansom.
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