Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons by Sam Steiner
After a sell-out run in 2015 at The Edinburgh Fringe and a UK tour, First Floor Presents brings a new production of Sam Steiners Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons to the stage this Spring - directed by Hamish Clayton, and featuring up-and-coming talent Jemima Murphy and Charlie Suff.
'LET'S JUST TALK UNTIL IT GOES'
The British government has introduced a law limiting speech for its citizens to 140 words a day. For Bernadette and Oliver, every word they speak will have to really mean something. They devise new ways to communicate with each other within the constraints of the law, but without the freedom to use words as they wish, they are helpless
First Floor Presents dedicate their work to theatre that matters. Lemons deliberates todays social conflicts and the wider issues of democracy and freedom of speech. Alongside the affects of Brexit, Steiner examines modern society in regards to new unanticipated consequences. (Black Mirror springs to mind). In a world where Donald Trump announces his agenda via Twitter, Lemons could not be more relevant to demonstrate the power of language.
The Barons Court Theatre (View)
28a Comeragh road
London W14 9HR
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