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Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award: The Finalists

13 October 2012 / 18:00
The Pit


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No jobs, no education, no hope for a future: skinhead Vinz, black boxer Hubert and North African Sayid roam the streets after fierce clashes between police and rioters. Twenty-four violent hours in a city’s underclass: Hate is a raw and uncompromising drama about young lives lived in the wake of the London riots. 

The groundbreaking film La Haine, a milestone of 1990s French cinema by Mathieu Kassovitz (Amélie, Munich), is adapted for the stage in an explosive cross-over of theatre, hip-hop and music video.

Hate is a work in progress as part of the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award finalists' showcase, a chance to catch a glimpse of the original ideas of a new generation of artists.

Age guidance 12+

This performance takes place in the Pit.

This event is part of:
Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award: The Finalists


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