Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Park Theatre's BULLET HOLE
Freedom Tongues and Naiad Productions in association with Park Theatre present Bullet Hole by Gloria Williams, which is set to be performed at Park Theatre from 2nd to 27th October. Bullet Hole explores the relationship between three Black, British born women who are survivors of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). The piece explores the physical, mental and emotional effects this practice causes and shines a light on the institutions in Britain that can offer support. At its heart, Bullet Hole is a story of hope, love and human rights, played by an all-female cast.
The official press night will be on Friday 5th October at 7pm.
Bullet Hole first premiered at the 2017 Camden Fringe Festival and later was nominated for the Alfred Fagon Audience Choice Award. Freedom Tongues and Naiad Productions are delighted to be working with Park Theatre to present this re-worked version of the script.
What's in a gift? Young Londoner Cleo was given her 'gift' at age seven - except that 'gift' left her with type 3 Female Genital Mutilation.
How can Cleo love her body, when she is further scarred by a brutal sexual assault at the hands of her husband? From this hideous act, Cleo resolves to go against her family's wishes and seek reversal surgery. On her journey of healing, she meets Eve, a fellow FGM survivor who is instantly drawn to her...
Photo Credit: Lara Genovese for Naiad Photography
Anni Domingo & Gloria Williams
Doreene Blackstock & Gloria Williams
Gloria Williams & Doreene Blackstock