‘Unstated’ – promenade performance at CUC

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The RED ROOM & TUC present
Devised & Directed by Topher Campbell
Written by Fin Kennedy

Contemporary Urban Centre, North West
Tues 29th – 31st July at 7.30pm Matinee Wed 30th at 3pm
41 – 51 Greenland Street
Liverpool, L1 OBS
Tel: 0151 708 3510

You have no home and no money. Those you love were violently wrenched from you. Who do you turn to? What do you turn into?

UNSTATED is a powerful new multi-media promenade performance based on the true testimonies of the men and women who seek refuge in the UK. Sometimes smuggled, sometimes forced from their own land; washed up on the tide of British Society, how welcome are they?

Topher Campbell’s compelling production fuses an explosive mix of film and live action, where the venue is turned into an “immigration removal centre” with the audience becoming “visitors” getting a glimpse into how we treat some of societies most vulnerable.

UNSTATED is written by Fin Kennedy (John Whiting Award) from filmed interviews, designed by Victoria Johnstone and digitally designed by international artist Roney Fraser- Munroe. It is a morality play of our times that continues the RED ROOM practice of creating potent work to inspire audiences who question the changing world.


Recommended age 13+

For more information on the show you can read writer, Fin Kennedy’s blog in the Guardian.


“A promenade production of originality and daring… a morality play of our times”
(London SE1)

“Campbell’s production bursts with good ideas.” *** (3 stars) The Guardian

“a piece of campaigning theatre…” *** (3 stars) Time Out

“an enlightening, disturbing and at times moving event. “ What’s On Stage.com

The RED ROOM’S credits include Hoxton Story, Stitching (Time out Best Off West End Production) & Bogus Woman (Best Fringe Performance MEN).

Tickets: Full price £7.50 www.ticketline.co.uk Call Centre:- 0871 424 4444 or venue
Concessions £6.00 (available only at venue for senior citizens, students, unemployed, young people 13 – 16, people on benefits).