Winner of the 2021 Eric Gregory award and the 2020 New Poets Prize and
“Deep, funny, thought-provoking – a powerful evocation of culture and family with the most assured phrasing and imagery… I’d expect a major full collection from Odubanjo in the near future” – Luke Kennard
This is a documentation of all the aunties, uncles, cousins (by blood or by choice) for whom London has become home. Here we have arrived, or found ourselves – here we try to belong. Gboyega will be joined by the highly acclaimed poet and director, Caleb Femi, (Poor) as well as award-winning poet and former Young People’s Laureate for London, Theresa Lola. A live band will also play throughout this special evening.
The Aunty Uncle Pamphlet by Gboyega Odubanjo will be available to buy at the launch.
Further to government guidelines, we have increased the capacity on this show to:
Studio Theatre – unreserved seating, not sold to full capacity
We ask all visitors to adhere to and follow the measures we have put in place to help keep everyone as safe as possible. More information about your visit can be found in our FAQs, including Covid-19 Safety measures.
*Fees are 7% per ticket.
Latecomers will be admitted throughout.
Advisory: not suitable for children but may attend if accompanied at parents’ discretion.
Estimated Running Time: 75 minutes
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