Don’t Blame the Bankers… $toopid, written and directed by “poetic economist” Serafina Salvador, comes to Camden Fringe this month for six performances only. The anti-austerity piece, written partially in free verse, runs at London’s Canal Cafe Theatre on 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20 August 2017. Salvador also performs the piece, alongside fellow cast members Anne Musisi and Andrew Hyde.
About the show
It is not a rarity in today’s society, for a news headline to promote hate. It is also not a rarity to do so using industries that are alien to the public. What is rare, is to get a young woman’s perspective on all the above!
Written in free-verse, sonnets and a song, Don’t Blame the Bankers… $toopid is:
- A play about the electronic world
- A play “on” bankers
- A play about blame
- A play not to be missed!
Set on the trading floor of a bank, this unique blend of spoken word, sonnets and songs has connected with a number of hearts in these troubled economic and political times in Edinburgh and now, London!