Dilated Theatre presents Barrie Keeffe’s powerful play with an Offie nominationt’s 1979 and the eve of Thatcher’s landslide victory. A young black man is brought to an East London Police station for an interview on his views of SUS, but the police officers have a more sinister agenda. In a shocking and disturbing account of extreme racism and abuse of power, SUS is a commentary on politics that are very much still relevant today. Also, with an Offie nomination for Best Male Performance, this is surely something you should get out and see.
'Paul Tomlinson has directed a slick production in which there is not a wasted word or action.' - One Stop Arts (five star review).
Unreserved seating. Under 16s should be accompanied by an adult. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted. Unfortunately there is no disabled access at this venue.