By Caitlin Evans
Can we really make change?
When recently elected MP Jessica Wiles enters parliament for the first time, she begins to question her ability to make change under the UK's political system. Using physical theatre, spoken word and film, The Surge examines the power of protest and whether individuals can make a difference.
“A great reminder of what can be achieved when people get together to change their world for the better” – Lambeth Green Party
“Central to this reflective play is the idea that protests do actually work. However powerless one may feel, it has been through individuals uniting on the streets that real change has occurred.” Roar News
Greenside Venues, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016
Landor Theatre London 2016
Etcetera Theatre London 2015
King's College London 2015
Developed at King's College London with The King's Players Drama Society