Slipshod Theatre (Scotland)
Franz Kafka awakens to find himself violating an Interspatial Refugee Treaty. Now a vagrant wandering the cosmos, he discovers his unfinished works have been rewritten to suit modern tastes. Can Kafka finally finish his most contentious work? Explore the author's life and work alongside our society's centuries-long mistreatment of displaced people.
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This production is the latest in Slipshod Theatre's spins on the past. The Slipshod formula is simple - they take the nugget of an idea which inspires them from history, something in the modern era which they are politically engaged with, then take them both thick 'n' fast into an explosive theatrical extravaganza.
As featured in The Scotsman, Theatre Weekly, Musical Theatre Review, The Skinny and more.
"Bonkers, but without compromising the heartfelt tragedy of real-life events, ★★★★★" - Young Perspective Magazine