Get your Royal Court tickets for 5-star performance in support of Street Child World Cup

Posted on the 15th August 2017

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “One hour: one man, no set, no lights, no music, no props. And yet, Shôn Dale-Jones manages to captivate the audience from start to finish.”
The Outlier Scotland

★ ★ ★ “The kindly storyteller from Anglesey is back with an even more stripped down show…This forces the ingenious writer/performer to rely on his quirky imagination”
British Theatre Guide

“It’s a piece of gripping storytelling theatre in which fact and fiction collide. All donations go to charity”
The Guardian

Following an incredible run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Shôn Dale-Jones is preparing to perform his new play, Me & Robin Hood at the Royal Court, London from September 4 – 16 in support of Street Child United.

Me & Robin Hood examines the inequality that exists in society through Shôn’s relationship with his best fictional friend, Robin Hood. Shôn is using his performances to raise money in support of the children and young people from 24 nations preparing to take part at the Street Child World Cup in Moscow 2018 – using the power of football to change the negative perceptions and treatment of street children everywhere.

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