Stateless

Stateless is approximately one hour in length, with only two characters and is one continuous scene. It’s about a post war soldier who has just returned home to Retford in Nottinghamshire from Afghanistan called Denny. He has recently become the security guard of a gatehouse on the grounds of a psychiatric hospital situated in Nottinghamshire. He receives an unexpected visit and begins to unearth more than just an intriguing stranger.

Stateless merges the political with the personal, by examining the current state of the nations’ idea of contemporary global conflict through the perception of two strangers and question what it means to belong.
Stateless received a production run for 5 nights at The Tristan Bates Theatre with Kali Theatre Company in January 2016.

Reviews:
The Independent(****)

British Theatre Guide

London Theatre 1

Asian Culture Vulture

Interview:
Vile Arts

Rehearsed Readings took place at:

The Nottingham Playhouse during the Nottingham European Arts and Theatre (NEAT) Festival 2014 in ‘Origins’:

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The Royal and Derngate alongside the theatres’ co-production of Regeneration (2014):

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The Royal and Derngate in the Fun Palaces festival (2014):

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The Kali Talkback (2015) Festival at Tristan Bates theatre:

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Rehearsed reading images and research:

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