Blanche Cameron

Value Engineering - Scenes from the Grenfell Inquiry

Cameron shares "Value Engineering: Scenes from the Grenfell Inquiry" which focuses on testimony from individuals responsible for the tower's disastrous renovation.

Value Engineering Scenes from the Grenfell Inquiry (cover), edited by Richard Norton-Taylor and Nicolas Kent

Value Engineering: Scenes from the Grenfell Inquiry is a verbatim reconstruction of the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry. Using only the words spoken at the Inquiry, the play deals predominantly with Part 2 which ran between January 2020 – July 2021 in which evidence was heard from those responsible for the disastrous refurbishment of Grenfell Tower before the tragic fire.

Edited by Richard Norton-Taylor and directed by Nicholas Kent, the team behind previous testimonial plays The Colour of Justice: The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry and Bloody Sunday: Scenes from the Saville Inquiry, this edited verbatim account of the Grenfell Inquiry is aimed at giving the public an overview and access to some of the most important evidence.

The play shows how companies involved in the refurbishment of the Tower conspired to cover up what they knew about the dangerous and life-threatening materials used to refurbish the Tower. It also reveals the incompetence and neglect of local authorities.

Staged in Notting Hill Tabernacle in October 2021, this features the full text of the play alongside additional information on the context of Grenfell and the ongoing inquiry.


Name Blanche Cameron
Role Staff
Department The Bartlett School of Architecture


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