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The  Extremists

The Extremists

Samuel Beckett meets Larry King in this new play by CJ Hopkins. When an expert on terrorism appears on a talk show, the conversation becomes a satirical rant on the alienation of the individual in the modern world. Continue Reading

★★★★
Kabul

Kabul

Kabul delves into an Afghanistan traumatized by 20 years of war and succumbed to the tyranny of fundamentalists. The play presents four faces of war, four portraits of Afghanistan seen from inside houses, behind curtains and under veils. Continue Reading

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Penelope

Penelope

A truly original adaptation of James Joyce's Ulysses brought to life by three young women from Los Angeles. They perform Joyce's text verbatim, exploring his idea of the female mind, and challenging historical roles of sexuality. Continue Reading

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And They Played Shang-a-Lang

And They Played Shang-a-Lang

Returning after last year’s sell-out. This is what life was like growing up in 70s Edinburgh. Told through laughter, tears and music, we follow Jim's life as he navigates the stormy waters of 70s adolescence. Continue Reading

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Pole Factor

Pole Factor

Pole Factor. Sameera Mohammed is a celebrity on Pole Factor. Her anti-mosque campaign has gone viral but her glittery new faith is keeping the outraged Muslims at bay. Until her disturbing reality plays out on camera. Entertainment? Exploitation? Continue Reading

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Each of Us

Each of Us

Fringe favourite returns with a brand new comedy about love, friendship and human connection for our uncertain times. Funny and romantic, cryptic and surreal, poetic and uplifting. 'Exquisite jokes, thoroughly satisfying' (Chortle.co.uk). 'Irreverent, inventive, hauntingly beautiful' (Guardian). Continue Reading

★★★
London Road, Sea Point

London Road, Sea Point

Winner of the Olive Schreiner Prize and a South African festival record breaker for sold out shows. A powerful, funny, poignant story of friendship between two women as their lives collide. 'Flawless in its simplicity' (WhatsOnInCapetown.com). Continue Reading

★★★★
Hope Light and Nowhere

Hope Light and Nowhere

Haunting new play by Bruntwood Prize-winner Andrew Sheridan, designed by Linbury Prize-winner Jean Chan. 'A savage poem. He is the most exciting new writer of the past five years' (Simon Stephens). Winner – IdeasTap Underbelly Award. Continue Reading

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4.48 Psychosis

4.48 Psychosis

Sarah Kane's poetic masterpiece that sparked controversy and debate. Performed intimately, using physicality alongside the dialogue to question clinical depression and provide insight into the fragility of the human mind. Hard-hitting but beautiful. Continue Reading

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