I’ve never been as certain as when I was wrong.

Following on from the critically acclaimed Shame, Berkavitch and company return to The Last Word festival with a brand new work of spoken-word-dance theatre.

Written and performed by poet John Berkavitch and combining poetry, dance and live illustration Wrong is a story of fatherhood.

Berkavitch is joined on stage by a group of dancers and illustrators, who physically manipulate, interrogate, annotate and enable him to tell a story about having, becoming and being a dad.

“A charming, original and inventive response to impending parenthood”

Donald Hutera – The Times on scratch version of WRONG

“Berkavitch is a compelling storyteller and there is a chocolatey richness in his language”

Lyn Gardner – The Guardian on Shame

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The Last Word Festival 2016

The Last Word, our festival of spoken word, storytelling and live performance returns for the third year running from 24 May – 18 June. Showcasing the genre’s original trailblazers, r…