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Battersea Arts Centre, London
Rich Kids scrolls back through a story of excessive consumption

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Rich Kids tickets are now available for 3 weeks only!

This new show explores the dark world of entitlement, wealth, over-consumption and social media.  This award-winning show comes to London’s Battersea Arts Centre for 17 performances only. Book your tickets for Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran now to guarantee you have great seats to this incredible new dark comedy. 

Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran

The sequel to The Believers Are But Brothers the second part of this trilogy contines an exploration of how technology, resentment and shattered identity is changing the world we live in. During the peak of the sanctions on Iran while the middle and working classes are suffocating the ultra rich and their big-spending, hard partying kids are living in a completely different world, with a very different set of rules. 

Social media fuels the fires as fancy cars, nights out on the town and entitled acts of destruction take centrestage on social media profiles that are bouncing around the web. While most people in this part of the world are suffering greatly under dictatorships, sanctions and incredibly harsh laws the children of the elites are living it up in a champagne filled permanent holiday. 

As the divide between rich and poor widens and social media serves to explode the gap even more. This show invites the audience to use Instagram to explore what's happening in the world them around in interactive, innovative new ways.

Tickets for Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran available now!

Book in your seats to this interactive social media exposé to guarantee your seats to Rich Kids. The show is playing for an extremely limited run, so make sure to book your tickets now!

Additional Information

Age restriction

This production is recommended for ages 14+

Running time

1hr 10min (no interval)

Performance dates

14 April - 2 May 2020


There is occasional strong language. There are descriptions of a high speed car crash and some discussion of climate change.

Special notes

Please Note: The audience will be invited to use Instagram Live during the performance. Your likeness may be filmed and shared by actors and/or audience members.


The performance on 30 April will be BSL interpreted.

Venue Information

Battersea Arts CentreBattersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN