by Theatre Peckham Artists: In - Residence

Triggernomics is a multimedia live performance and film showcase curated by Theatre Peckham Artists-in-Residence – stage managed by Fatima Duke-Pratt - that explores the entanglement of race, class, gender, sexuality, ability and mental health within the Black community.

Barefoot’ by Rhoda Amma Arthur is a montage of scenes that explore the racial injustices of young Black people and the after-effects on their mental health.

Core’ by Vanessa Okeowo is a film about anxiety and lack of communication as seen through the eyes of a father & son.

Prague’ by James Price is the story of a young man who experiences the debilitating effects of psychological trauma, who then uses it to improve a familial relationship.

It’s A Hard Work Life’ by Mary Sesay tells the story of a young woman fighting intellectual oppression and the problematic effects it has on her everyday life.

Pretty for a Dark Skin Girl’ by Ore Solesi is a story about a young Black woman who goes on holiday and experiences colourism

Date: Friday 19 July | 7.30pm (90 mins)
Price: £5
Age: 14+
Theatre Peckham
221 Havil Street