Yvette

April 2019
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Birthday Parties
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Spotlight: March to June
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The Curious Parcel
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12|16 Young Company April to July
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17|25 Young Company April to July 17|25 Young Company April to July & Brawn
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Smack That (A Conversation)
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Oxford Gospel Choir
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A Noisy Holiday
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Ian McKellen On Stage
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Based on a true story, Yvette is an award-winning, one-woman show with original music about a stolen childhood and growing up with a secret.

Meet Evie. She’s thirteen and lives in Neasden with her Mum. She wants to tell us something. She wants to make us laugh; she’s pretty good at it. She wants us to tell us about crushes, friends, virginity, garage remixes, hello kitty underwear...

She wants to tell us something. Lurking in the corner of her stories is an ‘Uncle’... she wants to tell us, but she daren’t let it out.

Book Tickets

Presented by China Plate

By Urielle Klein-Mekongo
Commissioned by Bernie Grant Arts Centre in Association with Hull 2017

Age guideline: 14+

Part of the  season

  • Yvette is a winning and poignant work...defiant, laced with humour and music.
       
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