By Louise Pendry with Anstee Bridge
A group of young people are trapped in a Fried Chicken shop as a riot kicks off. Friendships are tested and fears rise to the surface.
Fried Chicken explored complex themes of gangs and male identity. Made with Anstee Bridge, students were invited to be part of the creative process. They worked in collaboration with the writer, auditioned and rehearsed the actions, and undertook producing roles.
Funded by the Arts Council