Theatre (drama, new writing)

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This odyssey for the migrant era takes us through the great storm of 20th-century history in the company of literary hero Leopold Bloom. Escaping from his famous novel in search of a tribe to call his own, Bloom attempts to conjure his true identity. Getting far more than he bargained for, he travels through the dark heart of Europe's past towards the present day. A Herculean solo performance drives this flamboyant and playful investigation of belonging towards its remarkable conclusion. 'Overwhelmingly powerful' ( Winner of the Best New Play Award at Brighton Fringe.

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