Salome

Salome

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It’s a simple thing that Princess Salomé wants – a kiss from the mouth of John the Baptist. 

There are no lengths she won’t go to in order to get what she wants. And now, if she can bend her lecherous stepfather King Herod to her will, she has her opportunity – but at what terrible cost?
 
Literary legend Oscar Wilde turns this biblical tale to a fierce drama of lust, seduction and revenge. At its heart is the enigma of the princess. Is she oppressor or the oppressed? Victim or master? Has her mind been twisted by love or by bitterness? 

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By Oscar Wilde

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    Fri 16 - Sat 17 Nov

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  • Mojo

    Fri 16 - Sat 17 Nov

    “…you know, there’s nothing like someone cutting your dad in two for clearing the mind.”   A slick and brutal black comedy from Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem). In the criminal underworld of 1950’s London, violent gang warfare erupts in the rock’n’roll club scene as rivals compete – and kill – for control of the lucrative new teen sensation ‘Silver Johnny’.

  • Little Eyolf

    Tue 20 - Sat 24 Nov

    mealspiel are proud to present a radical reimagining of Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen.  A boy has gone missing and we have ninety minutes to find him. The Allmer family have moved to the present day. Their son has disappeared. They are working out how to tell their story. Part stand-up comedy, part drama, Little Eyolf asks questions about facts, feelings, and where they intertwine.

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