by Daniel Keene

directed by Edwina Strobl

starring Reice Weathers

in association with StoneCrabs Theatre

1 - 3 June 16_00 @ The Warren, Brighton Fringe 24 June 20_30 @ Exeter Phoenix 4 - 6 July 8pm @ Blue Elephant Theatre Camberwell 11 & 12 August (15_00 &13_00) @ The Other Place, Ventnor Fringe.png
  Reice Weathers performing as Ringo at the Albany, Deptford March 2017

Reice Weathers performing as Ringo at the Albany, Deptford March 2017

1 - 3 June 16:00 @ The Warren, Theatre Box- Brighton Fringe
24 June 18:30 @ Exeter Phoenix- Exeter
4 - 6 July 20:00 @ Blue Elephant Theatre - London  
12 August (13:00 &18:00) @ The Other Place- Ventnor Fringe

There are more than 60 million displaced people on our planet... people who have no home.

Ringo is one of them. He is a survivor, a child soldier displaced from his homeland, sheltering in a cardboard box in an inner city park. He lives in plain sight but is invisible to the city around him. But inside his makeshift ‘home’, Ringo lives a life rich with stories and songs of a childhood far away, a family tragically lost and the complicated promise of a new beginning.

‘Boxman’ uses storytelling, comedy and tears to challenge our understanding the idea of home in a way that responds to the crisis of displacement that the world faces, and celebrates the resilience of people who despite trauma must reframe their own sense of belonging. This year is the 20th anniversary of Refugee Week (18-24th June), so it seems like an important time for theatre to raise questions about ideas of displacement and belonging.