Something Inside So Strong

Something Inside So Strong

Thu 04 May 2017 19:30-21:30 - The Stretch Bar, Goldsmiths Students' Union

Uplifting, surprising and witty, Something Inside So Strong is a bold new musical based on the songs of singer, songwriter and poet Labi Siffre. 

Created with young people and inspired by Siffre’s activism as a gay, black Londoner, it tells an unflinching story of friendship, love, family and celebrity. 

The result is a moving and important new musical which explores the resilience of young people through the music of one of the UK’s greatest living songwriters. Script by goldsmiths drama tutor Danny Braverman FRSA.


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