In Bob Jeffrey’s one-act, 16 year old Wayne must decide whether or not he wants to inherit the bigotry of previous generation, or follow his sister’s guidance to pursue his own ambitions. Bastards touches on the intricacies of family dynamics, prejudice, and how damaging our misconceptions can be.
Bastards will be performed at the Bridge Hotel, Castle Garth, Newcastle, NE1 1RQ,Tuesday 7 May. Tickets are £3 on the door. Doors open at 8pm. Follow casting news, rehearsal room gossip and chat @artsintouch and on Facebook.
An unemployed white teenage boy becomes entangled with an older man who introduces him to the illicit excitement of football hooliganism and racism. Can his sister save him?
Bob Jeffrey, a former social worker, has experience in street theatre and improvised drama. He wrote the prize winning comedy, Mind that Leg. Bob also writes topical comedy sketches for radio.