Cell Outs
  • London Fringe

Dont you think its pretty f*cked that a lot of stuff we do in the prison, like if we were to do that in the street wed get arrested straight off

A dark comedy written and performed by two ex-prison officers, CELL OUTS follows the true experiences of two young women, as they stare down the injustices of the UK prison system, and attempt to unpick the dangerous effects of power and privilege. CELL OUTS is an unflinching look into the pairs anger and trauma (Medium, 5 stars), it uses song, silliness and hilariously biting criticisms to explore the brutality of what Prison Officers face, prisoners endure, and the sacrifices we make to survive.

Supported by Arts Council England & Camden People's Theatre.

"A moving and insightful story" - London Theatre 1 ****

"Church and Troup are chameleonic in their ability to rapidly shift between characters" - The Reviews Hub ****

"It was like watching my life on stage, I want all my family and friends to go see it" Ex-Prison Officer

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