SIX EAST END BOYS
The Brighton Bomb Blast in 1984 was successful, leading to a greater willingness to cross moral lines in response. Things fell apart, there was something of a class struggle, and the Establishment won.
Eight years ago, riots in London turned into a more general disturbance, and order was restored by the Army. Laws were passed to ensure it never happened again.
Six survivors of the London Uprising swore that next time, they’d get it right. They aren’t entirely sure what it is they want, but they’ve reached the point of believing that anything would be better than what they have.
They’re far from heroes. They are certainly not knights in shining armour. They’re simply driven by the belief that there has to be something better, and they’ll do whatever it takes to achieve it.
This is their story.