Darren Pritchard Dance – Rent Party


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  • CreditsCommissioned by Homotopia, Co-produced by Sheffield Theatres, developed at Sustained Theatre Up North, supported by Arts Council England and Royal Exchange Theatre.
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RENT PARTY, a 21st-Century Austerity Britain immersive show inspired by the 1920s Harlem Renaissance Rent Parties. Like the 20s, we invite you the audience to pay to come to a party in our flat, so that we can make this month’s rent, and entertain you with all our artist friends – dancers, singers, musicians, poets – who will create a kaleidoscopic picture of what it means today to be young, gifted, and black – and poor, and gay. Being broke never looked so Fierce. Once the performances stops the party

doesn’t so stick around.

Come and join us for a fun filled party dance workshop

pre show and learn the Rent Party Hustle – limited places!

Darren Pritchard – Director + Co-Writer | Cheryl Martin – Co-Writer

Sonia Hughes – Dramaturg | Jayne Compton – Producer

Phil Buckley – Lighting Designer & Production Manager

Photography – Fotocad

Artwork – Lee Baxter

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