"Johnny" Kwame Augustine to star in self-written stage play at Bridewell theatre, London

"Johnny" is a theatrical play following the day to day life of a black British cockney.

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London born actor and writer, Kwame Agustine is set to star in "Johnny," his debut self-written stage play at Bridewell theatre, London.

"Johnny" is a theatrical play following the day to day life of a black British cockney. An extremely complex and volatile character who uses his larger than life persona to battle the demons of his past.

The play is a dark comedy set in 21st century London, a take on modern society, a changing society. The play will challenge individuals preconceived ideas on mental health, race, gender, class and sexuality.

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Official poster for "Johnny" play

Official poster for "Johnny"

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Created by London’s rising star Kwame Augustine and developed through the guidance of Theatre Royal Stratford East’s new writers programme, Johnny will run at the Bridewell Theatre for three nights between the August 7 to August 9, 2016.

Directed by Darren Oderinde, the play will also feature Ava grace, Martin Rossen, Lewis Griffin, Gemma Carter, Gabrielle Pearson.

Performance starts at 6:30pm on Sunday, August 7, and 7:45 on August 8 and 9.

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