Friday 19 July 2024


Friday 19 July 2024


Bar open 'til 11pm


Free, pay what you can when you arrive
Booking advised
(£2 booking fee is waived at checkout)

Running Time

Approx. 40 mins

Age Guidance


Audience Guidance

This performance contains haze
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Theatre & Performance


The Ditch
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What does rage sound like? How does it look? Where does it live in the body?

In this installation piece, performer/artist Victor Esses invites you to explore one of the most primal human feelings. Together we’ll search for answers to how to best hold our feelings, instead of acting them out in destructive ways. The work will look at the personal and the societal, from daily interactions to road rage, gamer rage, wars and social media.

This is a work in progress sharing following two weeks of residency time at Shoreditch Town Hall. The sharing will reflect this experimentation and will likely include film, audio, some interaction, objects, provocations and an experiential environment.

Happy hour 7pm-8pm with 2 for £10 on cans of wine and beer, pub prices at the bar for the rest of the evening.

Summer in The Ditch

Nights of live performance, drag and cabaret.

Join us for Summer in The Ditch – a series of artist takeovers of the basement space at Shoreditch Town Hall, featuring a glorious programme of all things camp, queer and cult...

With experimental new work, and rough and ready sessions from musicians, artists, poets and performers, anything can happen and the unexpected is always welcome. So meet us in The Ditch for some mischief and mayhem.

For the full Summer in The Ditch line-up, click here

All performances will be relaxed: audiences are allowed to move around, make noise and leave the room. Latecomers will be admitted.

Victor Esses

Victor Esses is a Jewish-Lebanese Latinx queer theatre maker, performance artist and writer. His practice centres nuanced intersectional auto/biographical stories of belonging, resilience and intimacy, encouraging audiences to ask questions about what makes us most human.

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