Debris Stevenson's play inspired by Dizzee Rascal's grime album returns to London.
A coming of age story about a girl who grows up in a strict Mormon household and finds release upon hearing Dizzee Rascal's seminal album for the first time. Created by Debris Stevenson and directed by Ola Ince (Appropriate, The Convert).
Buzzing with Dizzee Rascal tunes and daffy energy...Stevenson’s performance feels undeniable, soaked in the sweat of a ’00s east London that’s not quite Dizzee Rascal’s, but authentically hers.'
Stevenson’s story is one of rage and trauma, but also comedy...Ola Ince’s production is an epiphany and game-changer. It throws away the rulebook and opens your ears and eyes to what theatre could and should be.'