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Joe Sellman-Leava returns to the stage with Monster, a staggering production which interrogates entrenched associations between violence and masculinity, asking why some men become monsters. Directed by Yaz Al-Shaater (Dead Reckoning, Young Vic; Boris World King, Trafalgar Studios), Monster explores ideas of aggression within relationships, while scrutinising the place of the male role model in society. Experimenting with form, it considers the viewpoints on conflicting performative masculinities, including those of famous figures like Mike Tyson and Patrick Stewart, using a play within a play, overlapping voices and multi-roling. This relevant production seeks to remove violence from an imagined, far-off place and instead grounds it as an aspect of many people’s everyday lives. It is a dark yet humorous production with a particularly poignant narrative for our post-#MeToo society.


Worklight Theatre

An Exeter-based theatre company comprising Callum Elliott-Archer, Michael Woodman and Joe Sellman-Leava, who are driven by a passion to create new, original pieces of theatre that give the audience a unique experience.

See Worklight Theatre tour dates

The Wardrobe Theatre & The Old Market Assembly

  • 25 West Street
  • Old Market
  • Bristol
  • BS2 0DF

07760 630698
0117 9020344

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