Follow Okumu on his journey from innocent boy to child soldier in this gripping, physical one-man play. Written and performed by John Rwothomack and directed by Utopia Theatre's Mojisola Elufowoju.
Sheffield Theatres Together Season
Live theatre returns to the city this autumn and winter with Sheffield Theatres' Together Season. The Crucible will reopen its doors in October to reduced audience numbers in a socially distanced way, with a season celebrating theatre in all its glorious forms – drama, music, comedy and pantomime.
The Together Season begins with the world premiere of Here’s What She Said to Me by Oladipo Agboluaje and directed by Utopia Theatre's Mojisola Elufowoju.
See the full programme below, which also features Maxine Peake and Imelda Staunton in Alan Bennett’s classic Talking Heads monologues, the return of Operation Crucible following its 2016 sell-out run, John Rwothomack in blistering one-man show Far Gone, and, of course, a bit of panto.
Safety measures include staggered arrival times, face coverings, hand sanitiser stations, temperature checks, and no physical tickets – full details.
And for those who aren't ready or able to return to theatres, Here’s What She Said to Me will also be available to watch online via live stream. You can also enjoy a bunch of online treats from Sheffield Theatres released during lockdown.
Our writer Armarni reviews the world premiere of Here’s What She To Me at the Crucible. Switching from storytelling to song, poetry and back again, this bold piece from Utopia Theatre follows three proud Nigerian women across decades and continents.