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The Meaning of Zong - A Workshop Performance archiveGiles Terera's new play examines the massacre aboard the slave ship Zong in 1781 and the repercussions of these events which influenced the growing abolition movement in the UK. Jointly commissioned by the National Theatre and presented and developed with partner theatres in Liverpool, Glasgow and London, this evening's event is the first of a number of workshop performances and discussions in the Autumn, ahead of the play being fully staged in Spring 2019.
Performers Danny Sapani, Emmanuella Cole, Tom Byam-Shaw, Georgia Frost, Akiya Henry, Simon Holland Roberts, John Leader, Enyi Okoronkwo, Tristan Sturrock, Terera, Michael Henry (musican).
Author Giles Terera. Presented by Bristol Old Vic.

The Meaning of Zong - A Workshop Performance

The Meaning of Zong - A Workshop Performance (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0829174626. Details of all The Meaning of Zong - A Workshop Performance archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01582598607

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11 Oct 18Bristol Old Vic
City of Bristol

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