Sat 05 Oct


Sat 05 Oct
A darkly-comic tragedy of violence and death, based on the true story of a neo-Nazi group's attempt to establish a white supremacist homeland

A grisly tale of British Neo-Nazis …

Cliff, a racist football thug, is serving five years in prison for assaulting an Asian man at a Millwall game

when he is visited by the mysterious Mr. Warboys, who offers him the chance to re-establish the DANELAW

- the Golden Age of Viking rule. And so begins a darkly-comic tragedy of violence and death …

DANELAW was originally inspired by reports in the anti-Fascist magazine SEARCHLIGHT of an attempt by neo-Nazi group COMBAT 18 to establish a white-supremacist homeland in East Anglia with Chelmsford as the capital. This failed, however, when the group’s leaders were convicted of the murder of another party member, involving disputes over funds gained from Combat 18’s interests in the music industry (They had their own label). 


Saturday 21 September: Post-show Q&A with Terri Paddock

Straight after the 3 pm matinee. (Admission free)

More info about Terri at: https://www.terripaddock.com/event/danelawqa/



Previous reviews of Peter Hamilton's plays:

"Beautifully written, imaginatively staged and performed with total focus and energy, THE POETRY OF EXILE is a sure fire success - and a hidden gem" ★★★★★ - Arthur's Seat

"It is oddly heart-warming to see these two broken souls finding each other ... the play is a joy from start to finish" - West End Wilma on BRIDLINGTON

"You just love it because it's bizarre" ★★★★★ - A Younger Theatre on PLAYGROUND 

Suitable for ages: 16+

Trigger warnings: Features racism, strong language, scenes of extreme violence and murder

Warning: Features strobe lighting effect, smoke and sudden loud noises

Running time: 2 hours, 15 minutes (including an interval)

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418 St John Street, London, EC1V 4NJ