Namibia, Não! Uk

Namibia, Não! Uk

Brazilian satire by Aldri Anunciação exploring the plight of two black Brazilians following a sudden government decree that all African descendants are to be repatriated to the land of their ancestors, their reaction and its consequences. This is...

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Kitchen By Gaël Le Cornec

Kitchen By Gaël Le Cornec

1978. Winter of discontent. Workers join forces to strike. In the middle of it all, Jacinta, a Brazilian woman arrives to work in a biscuit factory in East London. With poetry and humour she changes the live of everybody around, but will she dare...

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Luna Park

Luna Park

Luna Park by Donald Margulies, directed by Hattie Coupe Produced by Franko Figueiredo & Vera Janke for StoneCrabs Theatre Cast: Eugenia Caruso, Jesse Rutherford, Tom Slatter Movement Director: Steffany George Sound Designer: Sepy Baghaei...

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Philipp Löhle’s Das Ding

Philipp Löhle’s Das Ding

When the African Siwa is talked into using sustainable methods of cotton cultivation by a Swiss aid worker, it helps two young Chinese businesspeople to make a success of their first start-up. When their trade in soya beans begins to falter, this...

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Skin in Flames by Guillem Clua

Skin in Flames by Guillem Clua

Skin in Flames is an award-winning political thriller about a famous photojournalist who returns to the country where his career was launched during a brutal civil war. One of his photographs (of a schoolgirl flying through the air after a bomb...

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The Decorator – O Decorador

The Decorator – O Decorador

Swinging Sixties. The Girl From Ipanema is sunbathing at the beach; in the apartment across the road, 40 year old Marcia is in a very difficult position: Jane, the wife of her lover, turns up on her doorstep. Jane has come with the express...

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The Burial, by Bola Agbaje

The Burial, by Bola Agbaje

StoneCrabs Theatre Company and The Albany Theatre, Deptford present the World Premiere of Olivier Award Winning Playwright Bola Agbaje’s latest play. The Burial is a lively new satire which explores how the conflicting traditions and religious...

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A Mother’s Will

A Mother’s Will

Desire. Oppression. Determination. After Bernarda’s husband’s death, she locks the doors and windows against the world and imposes a strict period of mourning on her daughters. Under the shadow of the church and the rules of society, the...

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The Asphalt Kiss

The Asphalt Kiss

Obsession, Beauty, Murder and Betrayal, the perfect tabloid story. As a pedestrian hit by a bus lies dying on a Rio street, a passer-by, Arandir, stops to cradle him in his arms. He kisses him on the lips – a last request from the dying man as a...

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Queen Pokou

Queen Pokou

Steeped in oral history and mythology, the play depicts Queen Pokou as she leaves what is present day Ghana and travels west into Ivory Coast. According to oral tradition, Pokou and her people were forced to leave Ghana as a war of succession...

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