Judd Batchelor, who some may know through her drama workshops in Hackney schools, wrote and performs this exploration of grief and consolation with direction by Susie McKenna. It doesn't seek to diagnose the rash of teenage murders which London, Hackney included, has experienced recently. Instead it aims to empathise with the emotions of mothers who've had sons taken from them. A short piece playing in the Empire's studio, it depicts both proud nostalgia and dark rage. The words some of them left in a comments book afterwards showed that the drama touched a deep chord. It runs until 3rd February.