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Free Q&A with Royal Court playwright Jasmine Lee-Jones, Samuel French Bookshop at the Royal Court Theatre


Join us for a free Q&A with playwright Jasmine Lee-Jones, whose debut play seven methods of killing kylie jenneris now playing upstairs at the Royal Court Theatre.

Jasmine Lee-Jones in Conversation | Thu 25 Jul at 6.15pm
at the Samuel French Bookshop

The Q&A will take place in the Samuel French Bookshop on the first floor at the Royal Court Theatre. You don't need a ticket to attend - just drop in ready for a 6.15pm start on Thursday 25 July. We'll be having a conversation with the writer, followed by an audience Q&A session and the opportunity to get your copy of the playtext signed too.

Jasmine Lee-Jones’ debut play explores cultural appropriation, queerness, friendship between women and the ownership of black bodies both online and in real life.

Jasmine Lee-Jones was originally developed as a writer through the Royal Court’s Young Court programme and seven methods of killing kylie jenner was first commissioned as part of The Andrea Project – A day of free events inspired by the life, work and legacy of Andrea Dunbar. This work was part of the Young Court’s mission to expand the Royal Court’s commitment to new voices.

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