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On the streets of Elephant and Castle, everyone likes to make speculations about Scrounger. She needs help, she must not be aware of the complexities of the world, she is sent from the demons to torture her mum... at least according to her Nigerian Uber driver. Scrounger doesn't care. A successful online personality, she's got more power from her bedroom than anyone on the Southwark estates could dream of. She's educated, she's ballsy, and with a huge network of online allies, Scrounger is a woman who knows how to make change happen. That is, until an airline destroys her wheelchair. Inspired by real events and a lawsuit initiated by Stevens herself, Scrounger drives towards the realities of how Britain is failing its most vulnerable and the extreme cost paid by those seeking justice. World Premiere.Performers Leigh Quinn (P A), Athena Stevens (Scrounger).
Author Athena Stevens. Presented by Aegis Productions (in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre). Director Lily McLeish. Design Anna Reid. Lighting Anthony Doran. Sound Julian Starr.
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