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The song project

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  • Opens: Wednesday, 8 June 2022
    Booking until: Thursday, 9 June 2022
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Performance Times
  • Opens: Wednesday, 8 June 2022
    Booking until: Thursday, 9 June 2022
Mon -
Tue -
Wed -
Thu 19:30
Fri 19:30
Sat 19:30
Sun -

The song project description

The Song Project returns in 2022 with nine performances in the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court, followed by performances at Internationaal Theater Amsterdam (ITA) later in the year.


★★★★★ ‘Sensational. Memorable. Totally intoxicating’ Sarah Crompton, WhatsOnStage

A mix of a gig and theatre, The Song Project is a collection of songs by five playwrights exploring the hopes and anxieties of life, performed live by one Europe’s most exciting artists, Wende and a company of musicians. 


From dark, thrashing, furious songs exploring loss of identity, rage, terror and alienation; to joyous and defiant anthems about conquering fear, love, sex, hope and motherhood; each song stands alone in its own world like a first-person confessional revelation. Together the collection journeys through fear, angst and loneliness, to acceptance, hope and joy as one exhilarating song cycle. 


With words by playwrights E.V. Crowe, Sabrina Mahfouz, Somalia Nonyé Seaton, Stef Smith and Debris Stevenson, The Song Project was conceived by Royal Court associate designer Chloe Lamford and award-winning Dutch singer and composer Wende, in collaboration with composer Isobel Waller-Bridge and choreographer Imogen Knight.

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