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Written & Directed by John Patterson

Innocence is a powerful, new one act play examining the impact of an allegation of grooming on both the accuser and the accused.

The Bread & Roses Theatre

9th – 13th November 2021 at 7.30pm

Tickets: £15 (£12 Concessions)

Running time: 1 hour

Please note: This production contains strong language and themes of an adult nature. We recommend that audience members should be over the age of 15.

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Box Office Phone number: 020 8050 3025

How to find The Bread & Roses Theatre

68 Clapham Manor Street



Tube: Clapham North, Clapham Common (Northern Line)

Overground: Clapham High Street, Wandsworth Road

Buses: 50, 88, 155, 322, 345, N155 (Closest Stop: St. Luke's Avenue)

Parking: Free on-street parking after 6.30pm


Malcolm Jeffries

Malcolm trained at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance.

Theatre credits include: Beginnings (Lion and Unicorn), No Exit (Barons Court Theatre), God 2.0 (Lion and Unicorn), Last Walk of Shame (St Albans Arts Theatre, Watford Fringe), At Last (Lion and Unicorn), A Slice of Eel Pie (Hen and Chickens), Skybridge (The Jack Studio), Macbeth (St Albans Arts Theatre, St Albans Verulamium), Reading Gaol (Theatre N16), Feel More (The Kings Head Theatre, Lion and Unicorn, Theatre N16), Alice (The Landor Space),The Audience (Kenneth More Theatre), Lovestuck (The Cockpit), James Bonney MP (White Bear), Drowning on Dry Land (New Wimbledon Studio Theatre), Baby Girl Productions (Bread & Roses), Termination (Southwark Playhouse), Macbeth (The London Theatre), The Seagull (The London Theatre), The One (Lion & Unicorn), The Social Notwork (Lion & Unicorn), The Laramie Project: 10 Years later.

Films include: Gobstoppers, Music For The Deaf, Retribution Day, God 2.0, Detachment, The Morning After, A Room for a View, Trapped, The Unprofessionals’, Get About, Good Grief, Lovebug, The Girls Were Doing Nothing, Alan, The Victim, The Rest Cure, Final Command and Body Clock.

Theo Watt

Theo graduated from the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in 2020. Credits while training include: Tom in The Accrington Pals and various roles in Carol Churchill’s Love and Information. Recent credits include: Angel Theatre Company’s short film, Gobstoppers and a corporate video for Lloyds Bank. Innocence is Theo’s professional stage debut.