Storyteller, poet, rapper, theatre maker
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No Milk For The Foxes

No Milk For The Foxes

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This was my first collaboration with director, actor and musican Conrad Murray, under the guise of Beats & Elements. We first scratched back in 2013 at Battersea Arts Centre and went to have a full run at Camden People's Theatre the show went onto to do really well, we got a whole bunch of reviews, had a peice in the Guardian, seemed to get a lot of poeple talking..

Two security guards. One night shift. Zero hours contracts.

Is it important to aspire to a higher station or better just to accept your lot? As the television monitors buzz in front of them, two friends pass the night shift debating status, class and milk. Mark is keeping his head down, working hard and praying his contract will be extended. He’s saving up to take his girlfriend Gemma on her dream holiday to Tenerife. Sparx just can't wait to clock off and roll a spliff. Minimum wage with no pension? He's had enough. Today he is leaving. Quitting. Definitely. Although, he said that yesterday…

Through spoken word, humour, live looping and beatbox, No Milk For The Foxes explores Cameron’s England from the perspective of the working class. As working class artists themselves, the creators want to challenge representations of class on the modern stage and bring humour and humility to their audiences

Reviews

"Raw and authentic" The Stage
 

"They pretty much hit the nail on the head with this piece of theatre" London Theatre1

"Mature and relevant with an impressive amount of soul" Londonist

"It's dramatic authenticity is pitch perfect" Exeunt

"Astonishing and heartfelt" West End Wilma

" No Milk for the Foxes has a maturity, and a subtlety, that makes it a voice worth listening to" After Nyne

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