New play explores black women's mental health

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New play explores black women's mental health

A new show which candidly explores the intersection of black women's mental health is coming to the Ovalhouse.

The autobiographical show is about living with depression and the taboos surrounding mental illness.

The show is fully British Sign Language integrated, and is written and performed by Koko Brown, and stars Sapphire Joy - who has recently been nominated for an Offie for Female Performance in a Supporting Role, in J'Ouvert at Theatre503. 

'Grey' is on at the Ovalhouse from the 25th June and runs until the 13th of July.

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