As the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is now taking place on Monday 19 September, we have taken the decision to cancel the scheduled performance of Quiet Rebels on that day. If you have tickets for this performance you will receive an email informing you our Box Office team will contact you directly about your booking. All other performances will go ahead as scheduled.

Stories of white working-class women who crossed the colour line to marry men of the Windrush generation.

Women who lived with the ignorance of racism and social stigma directed against them and their families, but who are the foundations of today’s multi-cultural communities.

Set in a dystopian England, Detective Shade investigates Aileen Burnett’s murder – a white woman who married a Black man. As a convicted race-traitor with four children, she had served time for ‘miscegenation’.

To solve the crime Shade travels the Multi-resistance’s Underground network to the Northern Free Zone where in facing her past, everything she thought she knew about herself and her world is challenged.

Film, movement, soundscapes with integrated creative access provide a powerful dramatisation of stories brought to life by Julie McNamara (The Knitting Circle) and Hassan Mahamdallie (The Crows Plucked Your Sinews) and a team of creative talent.

All performances are BSL interpreted, audio described and feature creative captioning. There will be a post-show discussion after the performance on Tue 20 Sep that will be BSL interpreted.

Supported by Arts Council England, the Garrick Charitable Trust and City Bridge Trust