A montage of photographs behind a London street sign that says 'NW TRILOGY'. On the left a young white couple dance together; in the centre a south Asian woman is speaking into a microphone, to the right is a young family, the black man is holding his little child on his shoulders, the white woman looks up at them both with a smile. 

NW Trilogy

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From the Irish immigrants that helped rebuild our country, to the birth of Reggae that put Black artists centre stage, to the Grunwick dispute that galvanised Britain’s working classes, NW Trilogy remembers and celebrates our brave, local communities. Three stories, one evening.

NW TRILOGY by Moira Buffini, Suhayla El-Bushra and Roy Williams, directed by Taio Lawson and Susie McKenna.

Event image: A montage of photographs behind a London street sign that says ‘NW TRILOGY’. On the left a young white couple dance together; in the centre a south Asian woman is speaking into a microphone, to the right is a young family, the black man is holding his little child on his shoulders, the white woman looks up at them both with a smile.

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Kiln Theatre

269 Kilburn High RoadLondonNW6 7JR
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