Past Event

Likkle Rum with Grandma

3 Feb 2020

Fusing poetry, performance and a Jamaican grandmother’s voice from a generation that’s rapidly being forgotten, a generation the British government tried to Windrush into oblivion, Likkle Rum with Grandma is a solo show that explores migration, displacement, loneliness and the importance of intergenerational discourse. Using verbatim audio and verse to deliver an emotionally satisfying experience, poet 'SugarJ' Brown's theatrical debut comes to Brighton after sold out shows at the Roundhouse and Albany in London. Come catch a vibe, get to know Grandma, and feel the warmth of rum in the belly.

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