13 Oct 2005 00:00 - 15 Oct 2005 00:00
Using music, song, puppetry, and many different languages, NIE create theatre that is powerful, visually absorbing and very funny. Trilogy is an intimate and personal look at the lives of three people caught up in events much bigger than themselves. This is the first time Trilogy has been performed in the UK.
Part of BAC OctoberFest 2005: BAC’s annual festival of the best new theatre
‘beautiful...touching, and very very funny.’
The Jerusalem Post
1- MY LONG JOURNEY HOME
Press-ganged by the Wermacht in 1943,Andras is captured by the Russians and then lost in a mental hospital in Siberia. What chance does he have of getting back to his young love Marcela and the warm bath that he left behind?
13 October - 8pm
15 October - 2pm
2- PAST HALF REMEMBERED
Maria Michailovna is 100 years old. She is waiting for her husband. Is he the beautiful young soldier that she met in the park? Or is he the broken old man who moved with her to Leningrad? Maria’s life spans the Soviet century in a tale of love, loss, calamity and hope.
14 October - 8pm
15 October - 5pm
3- THE END OF EVERYTHING EVER
Maronka is going to the railway station with her mother. She has the strange feeling that she will never see her mother again. On the train she eats her own name-tag, erasing any chance she had of getting back home again.
15 October - 8pm
One show £10 / £6 concs
Three shows £20 / £12 concs
You can see Trilogy on consecutive nights from 13 – 15 October, or see
all three shows on 15 October.
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For more information on OctoberFest 2005 go to www.bac.org.uk
116 Long Acre
WC2E 9PA London
From: 13 Oct 2005 00:00
To: 15 Oct 2005 00:00
Battersea Arts Centre