by Chris Bush
A former rock star inherits a derelict factory in Sheffield and wants to turn it into a thriving music venue. No, wait: her niece has inherited it, and has plans for luxury apartments. Hang on – it’s not derelict: it’s a working scissors factory with a big order from China. But why is its young workforce so skint?
Part of a triptych of plays by award-winning playwright Chris Bush (Rock/Paper/Scissors), audiences are invited to experience Scissors uniquely blended with extracts from Rock and Paper, performed in this way for the very first time. This vibrant play asks searching questions about our cities and the future generations that will live in them.
ROSE BRUFORD COLLEGE – London Season 2023
Presented by BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship in collaboration with BA (Hons) Audio Production, BA (Hons) Costume Production, BA (Hons) Creative Lighting Control, BA (Hons) Design for Theatre and Performance, BA (Hons) Lighting Design, BA (Hons) Scenic Arts and BA (Hons) Stage & Events Management.