Esther’s Revenge, produced by Tope Sanni, is an experiential play inspired by true life events of Esther who was reported to have murdered her white lover in 1953. The sentence is death by Hanging. This very participatory play as devised, explores themes around Race, Colonization, Sexual abuse, violence against women, political and social injustice. Esther takes us on a journey through time into the events leading up to the death of Mark. The Jury is given the responsibility to vote in favour or against a stay of Execution.
WINNER of SoHo Playhouse’s Brighton Prize Muddy Stilletos’s “Top 10 Shows to See at Brighton Fringe 2023” “An ambitious and affecting production, tackling some difficult and still important issues, and with a powerhouse of a central performance” - Fringe Review
January 6th, 2024
January 19th, 2024
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