We are all made – not mad.
Mandala Theatre is visiting London Metropolitan University from 8th to 10th March with an epic story of life, death, and everything in between.
A tale of three boys existing within hostile environments, this hard-hitting production explores the individual journeys as each attempts to heal their broken minds with the help of a mythical shapeshifter.
Developed with input from boys and young men from around the country, MAD(E) utilises physical theatre, comic chorus and poetry, in a passionate, exhilarating and uniquely theatrical commentary on masculinity and young men’s mental health.
The play will be 1 hour and 10 minutes. There will be a participatory Q&A event following the performance with the cast of the show.
The event will take place at London Metropolitan University, The Great Hall, 166-220 Holloway Road, London, N7 8DB. It is accessible via our Rocket entrance (also known as our clocktower entrance). The venue is a few minutes’ walk from Holloway Road Tube station.
If you are an external visitor (not student or staff of London Met), staff will be on hand in the reception area to offer you further assistance and guide you through the building. You are strongly advised to come 10 minutes before the performance starts.
You will be asked to show your Eventbrite registration. There is no need to print your e-ticket – just show tickets on your phone to our staff.
This free in-person theatre event will take place on the following days:
Established in 2015 Mandala produces theatre for local, national and international audiences and employs, trains and nurtures young people from diverse backgrounds into the Creative Industry.