Kalon is back!

We’re Returning with Child’s Play – for one night only
as a part of the New Diorama Emerging Graduate Scheme 2017.

16th of November @ 7 pm


‘Remarkably confident debut from Kalon Theatre
which gradually reveals its smarts & its anger.’

Alexander Kelly, co-artistic director of Third Angel

We welcome you to join us at the end of a demonstration

You might have been there, you might have read about it, but blending Spoken Word and theatre we will leave you asking whether everythingwritten about the ‘Millennial’ generation is really fair, or even true.

An examination of why it is Millennials seem to be so convinced no-one’s really listening, and why they hate the label, Child’s Play punctuates the re-telling of a protest with explosive spoken word interrogations of what it means to be 20-something, over-educated, and suspicious of almost everything.

Tidying away the detritus at the end of a demo, sharing out left-over sweets, and giving vent to a generation’s spleen, Child’s Play is for anyone who’s ever met, is, or is mystified by, a ‘Millennial’. Hopefully you’ll find it enlightening, maybe you’ll learn a chant or two, maybe you’ll just have some Haribo. You don’t have to agree, but you should at least listen.