Bancroft's Players Spring Awakening



Small-town England. 1963. Far from the burgeoning sexuality of swinging London, a group of repressed teenagers experience their own revolution. Wendla and Moritz know nothing; Melchior knows too much, but nothing of consequences. The collision of their worlds leads to devastating repercussions for them all. This young company explores the impact of Wedekind’s universal themes of mental health and sexuality in a restrictive and inhibited society.

This show was part of our 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Programme