The Write to Rave

Debris Stevenson

Tue 14th Mar
20:30 (
60 mins)
Musicals & Gig Theatre
Gig Theatre / Spoken Word / Working Class Voices
Tickets from £8.00
Venue: The Flair Ground
Age Guidance: 15+
Strong Language, References to Homophobia and Classism, Loud Music

Based on her passion for rave, dancing and social justice, Debris has created an evening of lively, funny and thought-provoking musical poetry, supported by DJ Gabriel May and Drummer Chloe Rianna.

Celebrating Debris Stevenson’s debut EP release with tasty basslines, fluid rhythms and live drums The Write to Rave dances on the seams of theatre, poetry, rave and movement.

For one night only at VAULT Festival 2023, Debris will welcome an exciting collaboration with the Philharmonica Orchestra, blending contemporary and classical music.


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Tue 14th Mar
The Flair Ground
The Vaults
Leake Street

Debris Stevenson

A dyslexic writer, Grime poet, hybrid actor and pro-raver. Debris Stevenson’s work explores the intersectional, unexpected, and unjust – often whilst making her audiences dance, question, and laugh.

Debris had her acting screen debut in MEDUSA DELUXE at Locarno Film Festival in 2022, and recently played the role of the Narrator in the sell-out concert of TREASON THE MUSICAL at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

With the community interest company Debris founded and artistically directed for 6 years, The Mouthy Poets, Debris raised over £300,000 to develop young talent. She has worked in over 30 countries, designed foundation performance poetry modules at Nottingham University, and had her debut poetry pamphlet, Pigeon Party, published by Flipped Eye. Debris’ debut show, POET IN DA CORNER, premiered at The Royal Court in 2018, receiving 4-5 stars and seeing Debris nominated for an Emerging Talent of The Year Award (Evening Standard Theatre Awards). POET IN DA CORNER toured the UK in early 2020 alongside the release of the album (Accidental Records) and a free school’s educational pack.

Debris is currently working with television companies developing shows, as well as working on a play for Hightide Theatre and a Shakespeare adaptation for National Youth Theatre. When Debris’ not writing or acting, she can be found dancing at carnivals, prides, and parties around the world.


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