A disillusioned, 23-year old Jehovah’s Witness, is kicked out of the controlling cult. He lands on the ecstasy-fuelled dance floors of 90’s clubland. Shunned by his family, and everyone that he knows, he is in not prepared for what lies ahead.
In 1976 Sean’s world changes forever. He is dragged into a doomsday cult, by parents who are struggling to find their own identities. He and his family are brainwashed into believing the end of the world is nigh. The route to salvation is not as it seems...
One Foot In The Rave is the award-winning debut verse play from performance poet Alexander Rhodes. The show is an energetic mix of agony and total ecstasy. Set to a backdrop of remixed club classics, Alexander moves effortlessly between the characters and scenes, delivering the chemical highs and pitiful lows.
Expect: Wry observations, chemically induced inspirations and twisted logic.
Went to see #OneFootInTheRave by @joineduppoetry yesterday and it was so brilliant! A witty, warm, moving and hilariously self-aware roller-coaster of a story - go & check it out!
Dr Rosie Carrick
One of the best spoken word shows I have seen.
“A sharp, confident performer with excellent material”
Attila The Stockbroker
“Alexander Rhodes done the business supporting me on tour. He belongs on the stage”
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A sharp, confident performer with excellent material
Attila The StockbrokerBook Here
Alexander Rhodes done the business supporting me on tour. He belongs on the stage
Luke WrightBook Here
Soulful and searing... A pleasure to listen too
Mark Gwynne JonesBook Here
Who is the older guy? I love his stuff
Miko's mumBook Here
A poetic force to be reckoned with. A cracking host who puts everyone at ease, he flits comfortably between welcoming event organiser and reliably powerful performer.
Sara HirschBook Here
Video by Core Productions
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Video by Kendall with editing by Core Productions
Video by the wonderful Tyrone Lewis @processproductions
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