1623 theatre company presents a scratch performance of


A new show in development devised and performed by Lauren Nicole Whitter

Part of Black British Voices at Off The Shelf Festival, Saturday 19 October 2019, 7.30pm

Sheffield Hallam Performance Lab, Arundel Gate, Sheffield S1 2LQ

Tickets £6 (full price in advance) £5 (concessions in advance), 
£7 (full price on the door) £6 (concessions on the door)

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This contemporary response to Shakespeare's Othello brings together the biography of the performer - Lauren Nicole Whitter - and the story of Sherronlynetta, Othello's sister who has always been in the shadow of her brother. Until now.

Lauren and Sherronlynetta are both played by Lauren Nicole Whitter who performs her new show-in-development alongside community storytelling to explore what it means to be Black, British and female.

This scratch performance is part of Black British Voices, an exciting and upbeat evening of performance and real-life experiences as part of Black History Month.

Development team | LAUREN NICOLE WHITTER deviser and performer | SELINA THOMPSON dramaturgical support | OLIVER ALVIN WILSON Shakespeare consultant

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Othello's Sister 
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