DUNDEE Rep Ensemble performs After The End, billed as a powerful and memorable night, from Thursday, June 16 to Saturday, June 25.
Louise wakes up in a nuclear fallout shelter, bunk beds, chair ... Mark has saved her.
Trapped together underground, their relationship dramatically shifts as the tension builds and the horrific truth is slowly revealed.
After the End is a site-specific production based at a location close to the theatre, an intimate performance with only enough space for 40 seats.
First performed at the Bush Theatre in 2005 this intriguing and often brutal play examines friendship, desire, human instinct and political belief.
There will be limited seating, so book early to avoid disappointment. The play is not suitable for anyone under the age of 15. It contains adult themes, nudity and strong language.
Ticket details from the box office on 01382 223530 or www.dundeerep.co.uk
Meanwhile, the Ensemble is coming to the end of it’s run of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, which runs until Saturday, June 11.
The tragic tale of love and marriage in imperial Russia is set against a background of changing times.
This epic tale of sex, duty, marriage and moral regeneration is still as powerful and current today as it was when first published in 1873.
Re-uniting the award-winning creative team, Jemima Levick and Alex Lowde, this production combines theatricality with a visually epic world.
Anna is torn between her highly respected civil servant husband and her illicit lover in a story that reflects the morals of a changing world.