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Worklight Theatre's Labels is a thoughtful, witty and moving piece about racism - both casual and intentional.

Written and performed by the talented Joe Sellman-Leava, it is his own story.  


He begins by exploring the labels we give others, whether from ignorance and fear or with malicious intent and

then gently explains how the assumptions made about him and his family have impacted on their lives.



The play was first performed in 2015, receiving critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  As racism,

immigration and the international refugee crisis are still such burning issues, a play that shows the humanity

behind the statistics deserves as wide an audience as possible.



Highly recommended.





Labels is at

Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33) until August 27th (not 21st-23rd)

 Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33)

 Thursday 10th August