Two linked plays from the Russian playwright dubbed the 'female Chekhov', depicting the grim reality of domestic life in Soviet Russia.
A fascinating glimpse into the social and cultural complexities of Castro's Cuba.
Passionate, dangerously funny, and enduringly perceptive, a wickedly enjoyable black comedy that Strindberg considered his masterpiece.
The nineteenth-century French classic about the swordsman-poet with the nose too large to be taken seriously, in an acclaimed English translation by Anthony Burgess.
A play from Morocco, part of the Royal Court Theatre's Arab World initiative in conjunction with the British Council.
Strindberg's chilling anatomy of a marriage, in which the two partners duel with each other until one is utterly defeated.
A visceral new version of Strindberg’s compelling, bitingly funny battle of wills.
A gripping new version of Strindberg's masterly, darkly hilarious depiction of the struggles and strains of marriage.
An intense domestic drama of global consequence – for India then and for our world now.
On Stage NowAndrew Bovell
Putney Arts TheatreConan Doyle, Canny, Nicholson