Bloody East Europeans is a musical satire about the lives of Eastern European immigrants in the UK. Combining comedy, tragedy, Soviet anthems, Ukrainian folk ballads and 70s disco hits, we ask who exactly these people are, what it is they want, and how to pronounce their peculiar names.
Saturday 15 August, 7pm at Theatro Technis, 2 Crowndale Rd, NW1 1TT, Tickets £5 on the door.
Bloody East Europeans has been long-listed for Amnesty International’s Freedom of Expression Award at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, and was also named among the 49 shows to see at the Fringe in 2015 by Edinburgh49
The Central and East European London Life and News called the show:
“fresh, surprising and incisive”.
As one anonymous Eastern European told us:
“My life of the last eight years is exactly what you showed in your play”.
The show will also be at the Edinburgh Fringe, at the Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, EH1 2JL, 25-29 August at 6.30pm. Tickets available here: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/bloody-east-europeans
Next London show: Grad Gallery, 9 October 2015, 7.30pm: http://www.ukrainianlondon.co.uk/bloody-east-europeans-by-molodyi-teatr-at-grad-9-10-2015/
Molodyi Teatr is a London-based Ukrainian theatre group. The theatre has been performing regularly in London and beyond since 2010, putting on shows combining original material and the work of classic and contemporary Ukrainian writers. Most, but not all, of our members are Ukrainian, and most, but not all, are immigrants of one kind or another. Bloody East Europeans is our first full length original English-language production.
See our website: https://molodyiteatr.wordpress.com
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