Smack That (a conversation) UK Tour – from 22 February 2019

Smack that (a conversation) UK Tour
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Smack that (a conversation) UK Tour – from 22 February 2019

Meet Beverly. You’re invited to her party. Like most parties there’ll be fun and games, drinks.  Shared conversations, popcorn and energetic dancing.  But this party has a darker side.  Genuine heartbreaking moments as Beverly bravely gives a raw and honest account of surviving an abusive relationship.


Choreographer/Director: Rhiannon Faith.  Creative Producer: Maddy Morgan.

Devised and Performed by: Beverly, Rebekah Dunn, Valerie Ebuwa, Yukiko Masui.  Maddy Morgan, Kim Quillen, Hollie Stevenson-Phipps and Casey Tohill.


One in four women experience domestic abuse in their lives. Smack That (a conversation) by theatre maker and choreographer Rhiannon Faith shines a light on this complex subject.

In 2018 the show sold out a week long run at The Barbican and a short UK tour, and was recently shortlisted for the Innovation in Dance category in the inaugural One Dance UK Awards.

The show is in London for a season at Oval House from 27 February to 16 March 2019. It will tour with dates in Harlow, Portsmouth, Oxford, Salford, Newcastle and Salisbury Festival.

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