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Krunch Spring Tour


Presented in association with the Albany

A refreshingly creative, entertaining and thought-provoking expression of young Black British identity.


Who are you? Where are you from?

From the colour of your skin to the size of your chin, nose, hair and even the clothes you wear.

What makes me, me? And what makes you, you?

Injected with wit and insight and bursting with energy, the 9 strong cast of Krunch reflects on what it means today to be young, Black and British.

Flying through topics from Facebook to freedom, surveillance, politics and X Factor, their lyrics are thought-provoking and creative.

When you mix the poetry with krumping and a live set by DMC Supremacy champion DJ Matman, the results are fresh and explosive.

Watch temperatures rise as voices find expression, energy collides, boundaries are pushed and a new style of theatre is formed.

  • Talawa - KRUNCH Spring Tour

  • Morning Star

    "Krunch makes a bold, admirable attempt to articulate what it means to be a young black person in Britain today with competing identities and inherited memories. It's no small feat that it's carried off so well."

  • Gallery

  • The Albany, London: 2 - 4 March

    The Drum, Birmingham: 11 - 12 March

    Tara Arts, London: 17 March

  • KRUNCH | 2 - 17 March 2011

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