Searching for Cowardice
Writer/Director: Laura Roe
Post 16 education is scrapped for all who can’t afford it and mass recruitment has commenced; "They’re calling it World War III”. Five childhood friends living on the rural outskirts of Nottingham have six weeks of freedom before they are catapulted into adulthood. They must find a job or be automatically enrolled onto the military database.
'Searching for Cowardice' is an innovative, dance performance based show that intertwines compelling characters with dance and physical expression to convey the unspoken pressures of being a young person on the cusp of adulthood.
Developed with the support of