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Hyem

Hyem

Show Times

Fri
20/10/17
Sat
21/10/17
Sun
22/10/17
Mon
23/10/17
Tue
24/10/17
Wed
25/10/17
Thu
26/10/17
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FRI 20 - SAT 21 OCT, 7.45pm 

Tickets: £10

Written by Philip Correia
Directed by Jonny Kelly

 

HYEM

(yem, hjem, home)

Noun; place of family, sanctuary and comfort; 

adverb: “I’m gannin’ hyem” – I’m going home.

(Scandinavian/Old English/Geordie)

 

Everyone says Mick and Sylv’s is dangerous.

So why does Dummey think it feels so much like home?  

Dummey is a young lad who doesn’t fit in. To make matters worse he lives on the Fountain Park estate, voted the second worst estate to live in Britain 1992.  It doesn’t even have a fountain. Or a park.   

His school, the Police, even his parents don’t want him. Nobody does. 

That is until he meets Mick and Sylv.

A runner up in the Papatango prize, HYEM (yem, hjem, home) is a play about belonging, about ‘broken’ families and finding somewhere safe in an uncertain world, one which is about to go to war.

This electrifying, must-see, debut play by Philip Correia will have its world Premiere at Theatre503, before transferring to Northern Stage in Newcastle. 

Producers Northsee theatre are an ETT Forge company. We produce brand new regional talent, showcase it in London and return it back home.     

 

Running time: 2hrs 25mins (including 15mins interval)

Post show discussion: Fri 20 Oct 

Contains smoking and strong language 

Stage 3 at Northern Stage

Cast for Hyem:

Charlie Hardwick is SYLV

Charlie Hardwick

Patrick Driver is MICK

Patrick Driver

Ryan Nolan is DUMMEY

Ryan Nolan

Aimee Kelly is LAURA 

Aimee Kelly

Joe Blakemore is DEAN

Joe Blakemore

Sarah Balfour is LESLEY 

Sarah Balfour

 

 

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