Art and Abolition

solo performance · level ground · Ages 10+ · Kenya

family friendly one person show world premiere
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Review by SEVEN G

June 05, 2017
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tagged as: powerful · Feminist · addiction · sex trade · hope · Kenya

What I liked

A powerful, emotional, educational look at how personal trauma can be transformed through art and used to inspire amazing work in the world.

This well written and beautifully acted show is one of the most important pieces of theatre I have ever seen.

Britannie is the living embodiment of Be the Change.

Anyone interested in the power of art will love this show.

What I didn't like

Hearing about the abuse of children through poverty, parental addiction and the desire of adult exploiters is very painful, but Britannie is such a light and there is real hope we can make the world better for these children.

My overall impression

Go and see this show! And support Britannie’s charity- it only costs $80 to send an abused child on their first ever holiday.

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