A new play by Naomi Wallace staged as part of a season of work by women playwrights. Read More >
And I And Silence is a new play by Naomi Wallace staged as part of a season of work by women playwrights.
Jamie doesn’t like Dee and they both don’t like being in jail. But as time passes, these teenagers forge a plan. And they’ve got to practise hard, because if they don’t get it right, they will lose everything; the outside is even more dangerous to their friendship than the inside.
Exploring the fierce dreams of youth and the brutal reality of adulthood in 1950s segregated America, And I And Silence is a dark, often humorous portrait of desire and daring.