This is a sponsored article on behalf of the Roundhouse.
What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done? How did it make you feel? We’ve all done things we regret, but they make us who we are.
Shame is a new work of spoken word hip hop theatre by John Berkavitch, which explores the feeling through narrative spoken-word, hip-hop and contemporary dance, illustration, animation and music. It stars some of the country’s most innovative break dancers alongside “artist, vandal, poet, writer, b-boy, rapper, comic, conceptual thinker, collaborator, human-beatbox, educator and surrealist” Berkavitch, and features original music by Jamie Woon and Royce Wood Junior.
Don’t miss this chance to confront your shame in the intimate Roundhouse Studio Theatre.
Shame by John Berkavitch is in the Studio Theatre at Roundhouse from Thursday 8 to Saturday 10 May at 8pm. Tickets £12.50+bkg.