B, Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderón's play about planting bombs and starting wars, comes to the Royal Court in an English version translated William Gregory.
The enigmatic B of the title refers to bombs. Alejandra and Marcela plant bombs in the night. But it's change, not violence they seek. Punishment has lost its power, as most of their friends are already imprisoned.
Then they meet José Miguel. He is from a different generation, a time when revolution was ripe and activism alive. And he offers them a chance to start a war.
B comes to London as part of International Playwrights: A Genesis Foundation Project, and it will run in the Royal Court Downstairs Theatre alongside Victory Condition, alternating nights in rep. Some performances start at 7pm, others 9pm.
Click here to find out more about the Royal Court 2017 Season.
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Royal Court Theatre
Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8AS | MAP
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28 Sep 17 – 21 Oct 17, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
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