It’s a drama set in an uprising against the police in the United Kingdom in 1977. It is a narrative that’s been made into a film too. And now it could be seen on stage in front of a live crowd in theington arty club. Join us for a pre-show preview of Run Riot.
Joanna Marlow plays the title part of OC. She comes from an old corrupt world of London offense and her life was turned upside down by a new chance in life. She now wants to find herself and her loved ones again and again with the help of the regional gangs she might have the ability to reach this. The regional gangs aren’t necessarily what they appear…
Run riot is a quick paced play that centers on the lives of OC and her cast of friends and enemies. OC has a brother called Tommy (Robinson) who’s a member of the IRA. He along with his sister Deb (Fenway) would be the pioneers of a gang called the Kings. One of the first targets is a woman called Alice (Davies), who works as a call girl. OC and Tommy go to plan a prosecution that unfortunately goes wrong and Alice flees while Tommy is killed. It’s up to OC to find Alice and deliver her Run Riot London Art back into the Kings.
This takes place in the London area in September. If you would like to have tickets for this wonderful series, you’ll find them online or at your local theatre box office. The drama isn’t suitable for children under the age of 12. If you are buying tickets for an older child, be sure that you check out the series as it is very adult in nature and you might find yourself getting quite a little upset.
This festival is conducted for three months in September and showcases all forms of theater, dance, film and visual arts. The festival runs in the week of August to the last day of October. Each year, new plays have been developed and then performed by professionals at the finest theatres in London.
In between all this, you are able to go to a bus trip around London. This excursion permits you to view and experience some of the best areas in London and the South Eastern region of England. Each of the key locations are represented with a number of the best theatre and cinema around. To make it even better, there are also free admission to the places and if you are fortunate enough to attend the London Arts Festival, there’ll be added free entertainment for you also.