A group of teenagers do something bad, really bad, then panic and cover the whole thing up. But when they find that their cover-up unites them, where is the incentive for them to put things right…?
Cast, Crew & Parents tickets will be available to purchase from Monday 19th February.
General Admission tickets will be available to purchase from Monday 26th February
|DNA TICKETS 2018
Friday 16th March 2018
School Hall | 7.00pm
Saturday 17th March 2018
School Hall | 2.00pm
Please note that the matinee performance on Saturday 17th March will be a charity performance, with the proceeds from ticket sales going to this year’s school charity; Porchlight, raising much needed funds for rough sleepers in Kent and Medway.
DNA contains some swearing and it is not suitable for children aged under 13.
About the show
The plot of DNA by Dennis Kelly is explored using a mixture of short dramatised sequences, narration and talking head-style interviews with some of the key characters. The tale of the teenage gang who try to cover up a murder, and the effect it has on their relationships, is explained.
The characters remain in role in the interview-style sequences, commenting on the developing plot of the play and explaining their views on the events and their role in what has taken place.
The narrator explains the plot as some key moments are played out. The action sequences illustrate the three main settings through the use of symbolic elements designed to demonstrate the wood, the street and the field.