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Elizabeth Winkler



Nationality:    British
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Elizabeth Winkler's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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        Where Will We Live?

Where Will We Live?

Where Will We Live? is Changing Face Collective's new verbatim play revealing the human stories behind the hyper-regeneration of London. Set in Brixton's Arches and Lambeth's council estates, the play's unforgettable characters bring to life the real challenges of gentrification.This theatrical tapestry - weaving music, humour and movement through interviews with politicians, and people living with eviction - packs a punch. What happens to a vibrant community when faced with rising rents, evictions or demolition of their homes? The title of this fast-paced production is a quote from film director Spike Lee on New York - gentrification is a global issue.

Written by journalist and award-winning writer, Elisabeth Winkler, and directed by Lucy Curtis, the play is a collaborative production by Changing Face Collective. Based in the centre of Brixton, the collective first came together in response to the 2011 Tottenham and Brixton riots.

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Changing Face Collective

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verbatim play 60 min

Male:  3            Female:  4            Other:  -

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