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ET TOI ISMENE? after Henry Bauchau

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Et toi Ismène?, adaptation from Antigone by Henry BauchauWith Fanny Dulin, Julie Vignau and Ingrid SakerVideos Aseel Al Yaqoub, Stephan Palmyre and David Furlong “I am the only one in the family who thinks of happiness, my own happiness, which I try to preserve from the ambitions of Eteocles, the sovereign laughter of Polynices and […]

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SQUARE(d) by David Furlong

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Square(d) new play by David Furlong, translated by Benedict Cooper. Selected as part of Fresh ideas season at the New Wimbledon Theatre studio 2010 Square(d) is a farce. Four friends realize over one evening that they have the same comfort, same meaningless life and the same lover! Through a series of rare disasters, the unbelievable makes them question […]

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BUSINESS by David Furlong

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Presentation of Business by David Furlong Business written and directed by David Furlong. An Englishman, a Frenchman and an American are in an airport in Siberia. A globalised comedy pushing further the visual and sonic work, devised with ten dazzling moments of theatricalism. “It’s an English man, a French man and an American stuck in […]

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ANTIGONE by Jean Anouilh

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Introduction of Antigone by Jean Anouilh Antigone by Jean Anouilh Her family dead, killed through bitter civil war. Antigone defies the laws of the land to bury her brother as he deserves. But the new king, clasping his court in a strangle hold, cannot allow such insubordination. Antigone must choose: obey the law and betray […]

LADY MAC WATA staged by David Furlong

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Lady Mac WataWith Magali Muxart, Elisa Alexis and David Furlong.Directed by David Furlong. Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Feb 2012 An actress prepares to play Lady Macbeth. She can’t find her dark and criminal side, and decides  to invoke ” Mamie Wata “, a witch  from her childhood in Afrika. Lady Mac Wata is a trip […]

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MEDEE KALI by Laurent Gaudé

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Laurent Gaudé ‘s sequel to the myth Of MedeaMédée Kali: ‘Do you want to know what is that fear in my eyes, which contaminates passers by from just one look’. A graphic sequel to one of the most terrifying myth of Greek Antiquity, by genius living best-selling author Laurent Gaudé. Presentation of Médée Kali Médée […]

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A FAMILY AFFAIR adapted by Andy de la Tour

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A Family Affair adapted by Andy de la TourThe Award winning French play presented again alternately in English and French produced in association with The Art Fabric at The Drayton Arms Theatre. With two casts composed of Jamie Alderson, Nathalie Adam, Pauline Cousty, Alexander Devrient, Fanny Dulin, David Furlong, Guillaume Laroche, Jerry Marwood, Morgan Sebode, […]

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THE FLIES (2009) by Jean-Paul Sartre

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Presentation of The Flies (2009) Sartre tells in The Flies “the tragedy of liberty against that of fatality”. The Flies are the symbol of the burden of fate. Fear is what drives people, today, to become, like in Argos, ghost like, fed by TV and sugary sodas. “THE FLIES meets Fight Club” is a raw […]

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THE EXCHANGE by Paul Claudel

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Presentation of The Exchange by Paul Claudel The Exchange by Paul ClaudelAdapted and translated by David FurlongBased on translations by Louise Witherell (USA), Stephen Baine (NZ) and France Herve (FR) ‘A Universal cocktail of Vaudeville and Melodrama.’ On the border of the ocean, in the United States of America, A young couple: Louis Laine, native […]