Belarus Free Theatre present Staging a Revolution, a festival of performances and discussions in London from 2-14 November featuring some of their most acclaimed original productions, reinvigorated classics and the world premiere of their brand new work, Time of Women. The festival has now sold out but we’ve held back a pair of tickets to give one lucky A Younger Theatre reader the chance to experience one of the festival events this weekend, Trash Cuisine.
Provocative and urgent, Trash Cuisine (2013) pierces the imagination with moments of the darkest humour as it challenges the ongoing existence of capital punishment and death penalty in the contemporary world. After the play, there is a discussion which is also an integral part of the theatre experience in Belarus. It will be led by leading human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith who will stage a live capital trial, with a “death row defendants” video linked in via live-stream and members of the audience selected (and vetted) to be jurors.
The event will be held at a secret location in London, that the winner will only be informed about via text beforehand, giving them details of the meeting point. This will replicate just a little bit of what it’s like to be part of one of the bravest audiences in the world, as BFT is an outlawed organisation in their home country meaning audiences there risk being raided by the KBG if they attend one of their performances.
Don’t miss out on your chance to win tickets to one of the most unique, thought-provoking theatrical experiences in London this autumn.
Enter the competition to win a pair of tickets to Belarus Free Theatre’s Staging a Revolution’s secret performance of Trash Cuisine on Sunday 8 November:
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Terms and Conditions: Valid for a secret performance of Trash Cuisine on Sunday 8 November. Tickets are not for resale and travel costs are not included. Winners will be alerted via text message by midday on Saturday 7 November.
Competition closes on Friday 6 November at midday.