Set truth free

A theatrical meditation on truth and the imprisonment of Julian Assange, as seen through the eyes of very different women who work as volunteers in a tea bar at HMPBelmarsh, London.

Beneath their feet runs a Neolithic pathway. Does violent primitive justice and magical thinking, still permeate the walls within England’s most notorious prison and justice system?

Prisoner at the World’s End will also be livestreamed on Nov 24, Friday, 7.30pm. Livestream playback will be available for 72 hours after the show.

To acknowledge International Day Of the Imprisoned Writer on Wednesday November 15, Prisoner At The World’s End would like to donate all their proceeds from this performance to the Assange Campaign.

Content Warning: Descriptions of violence, war, torture and terrorism, political and religious statements, and coarse language.

Co-directed by Elnaz Sheshgelani & Rosemary Johns

Written by R.Johns

Graphics & Design by Peter Mumford

Lighting Design and Stage Management by Simon Bowland

Sound Design and Composition by Robert Vincs

Performed by Joanne Davis, Maureen Hartley, Sepideh Karimi and Romy McIlroy

Publicity by Tracy Routledge, TR PR.

Stage Manager: Catherine Baud 

Assistant Stage Manager: Jade Hibbert

Image by Peter Mumford

Access Information:

Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.

Aural Rating 50%: Has both sound and visual components, but sight isn’t essential to be able to engage with the event.