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CICADA Stories, at Bloomsbury theatre

The CICADA research study based at University College London, has been listening to the pandemic stories of people from across the country, to explore how ethnicity, chronic disease/disability and citizenship interact to shape experiences.


Our interactive theatre production will explore some of these stories and ask the audience and the panel of academics, doctors and community representatives – what can we learn from these experiences? What needs to change? How can we make change happen?

Our interactive theatre production will explore some of these stories and ask the audience and the panel of academics, doctors and community representatives – what can we learn from these experiences? What needs to change? How can we make change happen?


The event will include original dramatisation of our data by award-winning writers Roland Denning and CRIPtic Arts, and original poetry performances from David Neita.

Dave Neita is regarded as the People's Lawyer and the People's Poet due to his representation of excluded individuals and marginalized groups and because of his grassroots treatment of social issues in his poetry.

Running time: Approx 2 hours, inc interval


Date: 20th September 2022 at 7pm (please note the date and time has changed to accommodate the Queen's funeral arrangements)


Tickets can be bought from the Bloomsbury theatre box office https://www.ucl.ac.uk/culture/whats-on/cicada-stories-lessons-our-pandemic-experiences

(£5 standard, £4 disabled concession). If the cost is prohibitive we do have some complementary tickets available, just drop us line.


Refreshments available for purchase


For accessible seating, please call  020 3108 1000 or e-mail ticketing@ucl.ac.uk

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