Kayode hasn’t had a job in seven years.
(Can’t we juss name it? – Ur depressed.)
He needs to get help –
(Therapy won’t undo the spell, Kayode.)
His marriage is suffering –
(I need ya help ta stage an intervention.)
His mother knows what to do.
(The Lord told me and I went to Pastor Matanmi.)
Can Kayode be cured?
This is Channel 4 Playwrights’ Scheme winner and BBC TV Drama Writers’ Programme 2020 participant Dipo Baruwa-Etti’s debut play, directed by Taio Lawson. Juju exists, spirits battle and the witches and wizards of Lagos chant loudly in East London.
There is a free post-show conversation with the creatives on Thursday 30 April
There is a captioned performance on Thursday 14 May at 8pm
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Prices increase as the theatre fills – the earlier you book the cheaper it will be, and preview tickets start at £10.
Locals get 30% off all tickets with a free Yard Local Card – sign up online.
U26s can get £5 tickets on the door to all performances that are not sold out with #NoEmptySeats.
Our shows often deal with themes that some audience members may find distressing, and we want to make sure you feel equipped with as much information as possible when you’re going in. We go into more detail on them here and update the page throughout the making process.
Age guidance: 14+
Access tickets are priced as concessions and can be booked online. We offer free tickets for companions and these must be booked over the phone (020 3111 0570) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org