A show about identity, blending spoken word and vocal looping.

★★★★ ‘Supremely unique and deeply affecting’ – A Younger Theatre

What are you when you are always the other?​

A solo show about identity, being mixed-race and always feeling like an outsider. Blending live vocal looping and spoken word, WHITE considers the concept of mixed-race privilege, tries to connect clashing cultures and explores what it means to grow up mixed in contemporary Britain.

WHITE will be performed twice on Sunday, 4 February: a MATINEE at 15:15 and an EVENING show at 18:15.

1hr 00m
The Vaults
04 Feb 15:15
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About the company

Koko Brown

Born and bred in North West London and ‘works well with others’, according to all of her school reports. Koko Brown is a theatre-maker & spoken word artist, who uses her loop station as an additional limb. She takes pride in her roots and creates work about being the ‘other’, mainly focusing on race, mental health, gender, and identity.

She is currently an Associate Artist at Ovalhouse theatre and an Alumni Resident Artist at the Roundhouse.

Connect with her via heykoko.com or on all social media – @TheKokoBrown

Artistic Team
Written & Performed by
Koko Brown
Directed by
Nicholai La Barrie
Lighting Designer
Martha Godfrey

Press & Reviews

A Younger Theatre

Dialogue is laced with a humorous cadence and feels deliciously current.

[WHITE] is supremely unique and deeply affecting.

WHITE is incredibly vital. It gallops across a lifetime like a wild horse and submits to the swollen, choking feelings that come with such a divided sense of self.

Upper Circle

Koko Brown owns the stage.