Harper Lee’s universal tale of prejudice, deep inequalities and humanity provides creative inspiration for three very different responses from groups of adults and young people accessing the Royal Exchange’s participation programme…
The Booth Centre (a homeless activity centre) have created a musical and theatrical response to the play as part of their three year partnership with the Theatre. Expect a lively and entertaining mix of drama, comedy, singing and performance
12 Manchester teenagers have worked with TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD director, Max Webster, on a contemporary response to Harper Lee’s powerful story. This innovative performance looks at how the play's challenging themes continue to resonate to this day and asks what ''mockingbirds" there might be all around us in our everyday lives.
RECLAIM, a multiple award winning leadership and mentoring project based in Manchester, will present a scorching new piece of writing inspired by Harper Lee’s bravery in exposing day-to-day bigotry. A boss and a job applicant push one another to voice their unspoken thoughts, ignoring their own boundaries around race, class, age, and gender.