Official London Theatre | NW6 FESTIVAL CELEBRATES NEW WRITING
The Tricycle Theatre has launched its first new writing festival. Taking its name from the influential Kilburn venue’s postcode, NW6 runs from 4-9 April.
The inaugural NW6 New Writing Festival will feature the work of five writers who have been supported by the Tricycle over the last year, both financially and professionally, to progress their work onto larger stages.
The plays being showcased as part of the festival include Zodwa Nyoni’s tale of marginalised voices The Darkest Part Of The Night, Hassan Abdulrazzak’s Darwinian comedy God’s D*ck, Chino Odimba’s saga of mothers and daughters Paradise Street, Sam Potter’s story of a 12-year-old struggling against the system Daniel, and Francis Turnly’s story about a horror-obsessed Japanese schoolgirl Neko.