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21st May 2020 @ 7:30 pm

Javaad Alipoor’s play looks at entitlement and consumption, how digital technology is complicit in social apartheid and gentrification and the human problem of what successful and brutal people do with their coddled and useless children. The Scotsman Fringe First Winner’s a sequel to the award-winning The Believers Are But Brothers and the second part of a trilogy of plays about how digital technology, resentment and fracturing identity is changing the world. The Guardian called it “dazzling, discombobulating and alarming”. Ages 14+. Part of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.


May 21
7:30 pm
£7.50 – £14
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14 Chapplefield North
Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1NY United Kingdom
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