It’ll Be Alt-Right On The Night chronicles a friendship. Through youth, through adolescent rebellions, through a shared passion for punk rock music and eventually, through a parallel seduction by radical polarised politics.
Greeny and Stevo grew up punks – squats, dumpster-diving and PVA-glue-spiked hair. But they’ve changed. No, f*ck that, the world’s changed. One’s a social justice warrior, one’s gone to the far right and in a world of trigger warnings and snowflakes, conservatism is the new punk rock.
This “powerful and passionately produced performance” (BroadwayBaby.com) features a jazz-punk score and a 20-year friendship ending in a Lidl carpark. Are they stupid? Or just on different sides of an impassable ideological divide?
- The Lab