EVENTS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Wednesday 1 - Saturday 4 April 2020, 7.30PM
The So & So Arts Club
North End Road
Friday 17 April 2020, 7.30PM
The Place Theatre
What happens when something changes your life forever? How do we move on? Can we ever reallybe ourselves again?
INTRUZ asks these hard questions in a physical,visceral and candid way, reflecting the chaos of our mind and our lives.
Based on a true story, Remi’s world becomes mixed up after an aggression derails his life’s course. Can coming to a new country help him to leave his past behind? Dealing with injustice, loss and fear, INTRUZ is an uplifting story brimming with inspiring positivity, pragmatism and thankfulness.
Playing with his new language and obliterating the barrier between cultures, Remi attempts to come to terms with the man he has become.
Rachuba's writing is heart-wrenching, bold and brutal. With elements of black humour and clever twists, the play keeps the audience transfixed, to witness a moving portrayal of acceptance and the ultimate forgiveness.
Shortlisted for Adrian Pagan Playwrighting Award at the King's Head Theatre, and on the final shortlist of the BBC Writersroom Drama programme. Intruder is funded by Arts Council England.