Lisa Dwan returns to the Royal Court Theatre to perform a one-woman Samuel Beckett trilogy after a critically acclaimed sell-out run of his landmark one–woman piece Not I, performed at the Royal Court forty years after the theatre held its UK premiere.
Brave diners and passengers, you who have agreed to come on a journey of the senses, and taste tomorrow, don’t be afraid, nothing here will harm you in the normal sense of the word. The future is flavoursome. Trust us
Succulent and sustaining, dirty and dangerous, food glorious food.
You are invited to the Gastronauts Restaurant for a theatre adventure with food and music.
For the intrepid eater. During the performance a variety of tastings will be served, you can choose not to eat and will be able to make an informed decision.
Ashrafi and Bilal are orphaned siblings stranded and defined by the troubles in Kashmir. 18 year old Bilal is the pride of the region, part of a teenage football team set for great heights, and pushed to the limits by the violence around them. Haunted by hope, his sister is caught in the past, and Bilal is torn between escaping the myths of war and the cycles of resistance.
Interweaving true stories and testimonies with Islamic storytelling, the play paints a magical portrait of a generation of radicalised kids, and a beautiful landscape lost to conflict.
Anka got in and is here for good.
Olufemi is being coached to break back in.
Bashir has been here forever but he’s just been sent to limbo.
Lisa wants to send them all home.
Welcome to England.
A journey into to the heart of what it is to be a citizen, and finding a place where you belong.
A cutting new play about immigration and exile, and what happens when people fall through the cracks. Routes opens up the borders of friendship and family.