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Birmingham Repertory Theatre, in association with the Roundhouse, are bringing a free theatre experience to young people in their own communities.

Steven Camden, award winning spoken word artist Polarbear, wrote the highly anticipated debut play, Back Down which will be performed this month at the Hollymoor Centre in Northfield and The Factory Young People’s Centre in Longbridge.

Back Down is a must see coming-of-age story that it both insightful and incredibly funny.

Luke, Zia and Tommy have known each other for forever. With Luke about to leave for university it’s time for one last adventure together. Armed with Zia’s mix CD and a bag of Brummie pride, they set off to conquer Snowdon. But when their jaunt takes an unexpected turn they are forced to face up to the reality of why they needed the trip in the first place.

See Back Down at the Hollymoor Centre, Manor Park Grove, B31 Saturday 14th March at 6pm

If you are 14 and above and would like a FREE ticket email Emma on: hollymoorcentreevents@gmail.com or call 0121 683 7868

Back Down will also be at The Factory B31 Monday 30th March. For details and to ask about tickets, call 0121 464 8850

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