God bless this country, God bless karaoke and God save the Queen
It's Saturday night at The Albion, a proper East End boozer and the unofficial home of the English Protection Army. Get your names in early: it's karaoke night and it's gonna be big.
Little brother Jayson's out front smashing it on the mic but behind the scenes the leadership of the EPA is falling apart. Paul knows the public won't listen to a bunch of hooligans but his deputy Kyle wants a fight. Christine's sure that the key to success is in the company you keep and the language you speak.
This is England and it's time to take it back.
Chris Thompson's explosive new play examines the turbulent rise of the new far right in modern day Britain. When they embrace diversity, just how far can the far right go?
Chris Thompson's debut play Carthage premiered at the Finborough Theatre earlier this year. In his previous career as a social worker, Chris worked with young people in sexual health, child protection and with young offenders. A Channel 4 Playwright Scheme winner, Albion is his first commission from the Bush Theatre.
Ria Parry is Joint Artistic Director and co-founder of Iron Shoes, previously an Associate Company at the Bush Theatre. A winner of the Leverhulme Bursary for Emerging Directors, Ria was Resident Director at the National Theatre Studio. In 2011 she directed the critically acclaimed Mad about the Boy by Gbolahan Obisesan (Bush Theatre and national tour)
7 Uxbridge Road
Box Office: 020 8743 5050
Fri 12th Sept - 25th Oct
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