“By far the best performance!" Chloe, audience member at a recent scratch night at Royal Court Theatre

Often described as a force of nature, Brixton based Spoken Word Artist Errol McGlashan is making his debut into theatre with his first full length solo show. During this hour long idiosyncratic performance he guarantees to keep you enthralled as he beguiles with a story about two convicts flirting with Heroin and Shakespeare while serving long-term prison sentences in 1980's Britain

Interval: This performance does not have an interval.

Post show discussion: The artist will accept questions and discussion after the performance on Friday evening.  

Age guidance: 15+ and above.

Content warning: 

Friendly swearing, talk of violence and drug use (including one harrowing scene of drug abuse)

Spoken Word Artist Errol McGlashan aka Uncle Errol has been shelling venues and stages winning slams and awards across London with his dynamic performance poetry. He and his Spoken Word have also heavily featured in two feature length films, THE FORGOTTEN MAN Directed by Arran Shearing and HERE FOR LIFE directed by Andrea Luca Zimmerman & Adrian Jackson. Also on art installations inc: ‘TALK TO ME’ SCULPTURES- Steuart Padwick and more recently on BBC R4 EVERY PERSON WANDERING.Find Out More About Errol McGlashan:

This performance is presented as part of Theatre Deli's SHIFT+SPACE programme.


Theatre Deli's SHIFT+SPACE programme offers artists space and resources to showcase their work to an audience in order to develop further.

Find out more about the programme and how to apply here