‘I told you, you should have changed the world when you were young.’
Set in two equally explosive eras – 1977 and post-Brexit Britain – Highly Inflammable tells the story of a teenage friendship ruined by intolerance, racism and idealism – all set to the music of punk legend Poly Styrene.
It’s about leaving behind your best friend. Choosing politics over love. And regretting choices made 40 years ago.
Crackling with music, energy and plenty of punk outrage at the state of our nation, Highly Inflammable asks what we could have done then to make the world different now.
Tickets £12 / £10 (concession)