Tuesday 17 - Saturday 28 April

£12.50 - £19
Dates

At Battersea Arts Centre:
Tue 10 - Sat 14 April
(Double-bill with EUROHOUSE on Thu 12 April)

At Shoreditch Town Hall:
Tue 17 - Sat 28 April
(Double-bill with EUROHOUSE on Mon 23 & Thu 26 April)

Times

At Battersea Arts Centre:
7.30pm (PALMYRA)
On Thu 12 Apr only: 7.30pm (EUROHOUSE) &
9.15pm (PALMYRA)

At Shoreditch Town Hall:
7.45pm (PALMYRA)
On Mon 23 & Thu 26 Apr only: 7.45pm (EUROHOUSE) & 9.15pm (PALMYRA)

Tickets

£15 (full price); £12.50 (concessions) (PALMYRA)
£19 (full price); £15 (concessions) (EUROHOUSE & PAMLYRA double bill)

Category

Theatre & Performance

Space

Council Chamber

Links

PALMYRA is an exploration of revenge, the politics of destruction and what we consider to be barbaric, inviting people to step back from the news and look at what lies beneath, and beyond, civilization.

Following an extended, unanimously-acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe and touring Spain with BEST OF BE 2017, Bert & Nasi’s Total Theatre Award-winning, “weird, wonderful and strangely stressful” PALMYRA (★★★★ The Stage) returns.

EUROHOUSE

(double bill with PALMYRA on  Mon 23 & Thu 26 April)

"Bienvenue. Kalosórisma. Welcome. We are so happy to see you all here. Some of you we know rather well, some of you we don't."

Two performers – one Greek, one French – dance and shout, cry and sing, agree and disagree, about life in the Eurohouse. A darkly comic look at the EU’s founding ideals and what got lost along the way.

Made in transit between Greece and the UK, EUROHOUSE premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 where it was nominated for a Total Theatre Award for Innovation, Experimentation and Playing with Form.

Presented by Shoreditch Town Hall and Battersea Arts Centre.

★★★★
“The duo who created Eurohouse shift from comic to tragic in a brilliant piece that reflects on Syria and the breakdown of relationships… A rewarding show to watch.”
 Lyn Gardner

★★★★★
"A thrilling tightrope walk of a show – tense yet cathartic, angry yet thoughtful. A five-star triumph.”

★★★★
“Weird, wonderful and strangely stressful.”

★★★★
“It’s rare to see emerging artists with such a strong signature style … It’s a stressful watch, though, but sublime as well.”
Matt Trueman

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