It comes down to territory.
A fight to the death for supremacy
The ghosts who haunt the squat were there first and are looking for new blood.
Who will win? ZIP: A POST CODE WAR!
ZIP: Gun & Knife Crime was supported by the Big Lottery Fund, Choice FM and Camden Council.
Giant Olive organised a series of workshops with people in Camden affected by Gun & Knife Crime and the participants devised and produced 'ZIP' with Ray Shell, which was staged in the Camden Fringe Festival.
With top level choreography from Gary Lloyd; experienced street dancers, rappers, beat boxers and actors, ZIP is a haunting night at the theatre.
Mentor support provided by James Kenwood and Sarah Henley.
Original programme and credits available here.
Press from the 2010 production of ZIP:
BBC News Online ‘UK's gun and knife problem tackled by young actors’
BBC rehearsal gallery: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-10580154
British Theatre Guide ‘A show of pounding energy and considerable skill that grabs its audience’