“Ellams’ poetry gleams with a dusty, worn, deeply original beauty and he remains such wonderfully generous company to keep on stage.” Metro
An exuberant and touching autobiographical tale that charts the hilarious exploits of a natural born mischief, growing from the clay streets of Nigeria to the roof tops of Dublin, and finally to London. In deft and beautiful poetry Fringe First winner challenges expectations of what it is to be a young, black male in London today.
A BAC Scratch Commission with Apples and Snakes
A London Word Festival Commission. Funded by Arts Council England.
"Inua Ellams' captures our attention as soon as he opens his mouth" The Times
"Delivered with perfect timing in a wonderful style, it’s both a playful and intelligent production" Total Theatre Review
"There's something uniquely 21st Century about Ellams' voice which somehow absorbs the whole experience of colonialism without being totally defined by it.' The Scotsman ****
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