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Grenfell: in the words of survivors archiveIt was my safest place. It was home. A powerful new verbatim play from the testimony of residents at the heart of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Six years on, interviews conducted with a group of survivors and bereaved reveal the impact of the multiple failures that led to a national disaster, asking: how do we stop this ever happening again? Startling and deeply moving, it explores the courage and resilience of an ill-treated community and their continued campaign for justice.

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Archive listings for Grenfell: in the words of survivors (2023)

Work type: Play.


Audiences for all performances will be able to exit the auditorium if feeling overwhelmed by the production, and either take a break or continue watching on a screen in the foyer before re-entering the auditorium when they feel able.Producer National Theatre. Director Phyllida Lloyd. Director Anthony Simpson-Pike. Design Georgia Lowe. Costume Georgia Lowe. Lighting Azusa Ono. Sound Donato Wharton. Design Akhila Krishnan (video). Director Chi-San Howard (movement). Director Alastair Coomer (CDG - casting). Director Chandra Ruegg (casting). Other Hazel Holder (voice and dialect coach). Performer Joseph Alessi. Performer Jackie Clune. Performer Houda Echouafni. Performer Mona Goodwin. Performer Keaton Guimaraes-Tolley. Performer Ash Hunter. Performer Pearl Mackie. Performer Rachid Sabitri. Performer Michael Shaeffer. Performer Nahel Tzegai.
13 Jul 23 to 26 Aug 23Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375
listing details L1661749282


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