In Howard Barker’s play The Castle, like after the Second World War, a group of men return from the Crusades to find their home ‘unrecognisible’. Unfettered by formal hierarchies, a matriarchal commune has organically sprung up, bringing sweeping changes.
Have you booked yet to see The Space’s rare revival of 1985 play The Castle? This major new production of Howard Barker’s “theatre of catastrophe” modern classic marks ten years of Space Productions at its historic converted church home in the Isle of Dogs, east London, where it runs until 28 October 2017 only. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite …
The Space is celebrating ten years of Space Productions at its home in the Isle of Dogs, east London, with a rare revival of Howard Barker’s 1985 play The Castle, which runs from 10 to 28 October 2017 only. Sneak a peek into how rehearsals are going for Barker’s “theatre of catastrophe” offering in this historic converted church building.
The Space, the acclaimed east London arts venue under the patronage of Sir Ian McKellen, celebrates ten years of Space Productions with a rare revival of Howard Barker’s 1985 play The Castle. If you haven’t yet been, or even if you have, it’s the perfect opportunity to visit one of London’s “most exciting fringe venues”. Full cast now announced.