A group of first year history students is troubled by a noisy ghost. As a dare, they use a Ouija board to try to contact the spirit, but get more than they bargained for when they come face-to-face with Britain’s colonial past.
What follows is a rollercoaster ride as they confront this country’s difficult imperial history of racism and prejudice. Written specifically for youth groups, the play features naturalism, physical theatre, poetry, group prose and direct address in a varied and challenging script.
Part of Black History Month, commemorating the 75th anniversary of HMT Empire Windrush.
This play contains some offensive racist language used in historical context.
Dates and times
Wednesday 25–Saturday 28 October; 8pm
18 & under £5
Credits & acknowledgements
By Mojisola Adebayo
Company of Ten Youth
This amateur youth production of “Wind / Rush Generation(s)” is presented by kind permission of Mojisola Adebayo