The 14th Tale at Lakeside

Posted: 18/02/13
By: Natalie
Tags: Theatre, Performance, Inua Ellams

Fresh from taking the British Council Lagos Theatre Festival in Nigeria by storm Inua Ellams' sparkling and cheeky autobiographical story The 14th Tale comes to Colchester's Lakeside Theatre.

The show won a Fringe First award in Edinburgh in 2009 and has played all over the UK and internationally - but this is its very first time in Colchester, and, excitingly, the very first performance of our New Theatre in Your Neighbourhood programme, where we take exciting new theatre to areas of the UK where fresh, challenging and inspiring work doesn't often venture out to.

To buy tickets and find out more about the show, click here.

We hope you enjoy the show!


  1. Thu Feb 28th 2013 / 5:14am / Jasmine23Fernandez
    Every one acknowledges that men's life is not very cheap, nevertheless we require cash for different stuff and not every one gets enough cash. Thence to get some business loans and collateral loan will be a correct way out.
  2. Tue Aug 13th 2013 / 9:28am / Abdulsalam
    lol you have no idea what you are talking about how is lerlbaiism (not liberlism) a main contributing factor here? Is it because they don't care what other people think about them and they aren't afraid to dress and sing in a way that they feel like? Institutionalized for what? For enjoying themselves?


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