Tag: Bad Roads

Review: Bad Roads

Review: Bad Roads

The pine tree design by Camilla Clarke provides a subtle serenity, juxtaposing the trauma of war in Bad Roads – a series of sparsely connected stories by Natal’ya Vorozhbit around her home country of Ukraine. Six scenes paint the picture, not only of soldiers disenfranchised in a time of civil unrest, but of the women caught up amid the horror and heartache that represents the fallout from the fighting. Vicky Featherstone’s powerful direction supports the actors’ portrayal – a constant rollercoaster of dynamic volume that nevertheless fails to consistently galvanise Vorozhbit’s overall conceptual picture.

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News: The Royal Court Autumn/ Winter 2017/18 season brings international work to London

News: The Royal Court Autumn/ Winter 2017/18 season brings international work to London

The Royal Court Theatre announces its new Autumn/ Winter 2017/18 season of work. The programme includes five world premieres, five international playwrights from Argentina, Chile, Syria, Ukraine & US, the return of a landmark Royal Court play, a body of work in Tottenham and Pimlico, series two of Playwright’s Podcasts and a major 5 year scheme for 25 trainees funded by The Sackler Trust.

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