‘This story will not go away’… WATCH interviews with Ballistic’s writer, director & star

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Got your tickets yet for the London premiere of Alex Packer’s BALLISTIC? This Edinburgh Fringe hit, inspired by real-life atrocities including “toxic male” Elliot Rodger’s killing spree in 2014, transfers to the King’s Head Theatre from 27 February to 17 March 2018. Watch our rehearsal room interviews with the show’s writer, the director, the producer and the star, plus the new trailer – and then get booking!

He tries his best with girls. He tries his best with mates. But for all his efforts, things just don’t seem to be going right. So he’s making a change. Something’s triggered him to stand up for himself. They made him feel small but with just a few clicks he’ll become the biggest thing on the internet. But does he have the balls to go through with it?

Fueled by rejection, inspired by violent media and facilitated by the internet, BALLISTIC explores how a series of unremarkable events can create a killer, begging the question ‘can atrocities such as this be avoided?’.

Mark Conway stars in this premiere production, co-directed Anna Marsland and author Alex Packer. It’s designed by Frances Roughton, with lighting by Peter Thomas, and produced by Euan Borland for Mini Mall Theatre.


Video interviews

“This story will not go away…”
“I was inspired by the neverending recurrence of violent acts around the world…”
“It’s a provocation to the audience to decide what is acceptable…”

Watch full interviews with Alex Packer, Anna Marsland, Mark Conway and Euan Borland – and be sure to follow producers @MiniMallTheatre at 1.30pm on Tuesday 13 February 2018 to pose more questions for the star Mark Conway in a live Twitter Q&A.


New show trailer

BALLISTIC runs at London’s King’s Head Theatre from 27 February to 17 March 2018, with performances (60 minutes) Tuesdays to Saturdays at 7pm, Sunday matinees at 3.30pm. Tickets are priced £10-£19.50. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!

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