Don't Shoot the Clowns

Image: Yoichi Watanabe

“Paul Hodson's marvellous play… required viewing for anyone who enjoys funny, perceptive and passionately sincere new writing” Manchester Evening News on Meeting Joe Strummer

Punchy, playful and sometimes very silly, Don’t Shoot the Clowns tells the stories of a troupe of ramshackle clowns in a war torn country. It’s feisty, funny, political theatre about friendship, suffering and how far an individual has to go to make a difference.

Supported by Arts Council England. Developed as part of Fuel at the Roundhouse and at Cove Park.

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