A sweatbox doing its job, transporting three women up the motorway, from court to prison, from prison to prison, from prison to court. Ever wondered what happens inside? Now’s your chance to find out – pile in and buckle up with three women performing stories of anticipation and arrival.
This was a new play performed by graduates of Clean Break's theatre education programme Eddy Emenike, Carrie Rock and Jade Small, inside a prison van at the National Theatre, London.
‘Like so much of this phenomenal company's activity, it's vital, humane work with real theatrical heft.’
The Stage, Sweatbox Latitude Review
‘[An] amazing piece, immersive. It takes you on a journey and you share an experience with those three women’