A celebrated war photographer, whose audience with Osama bin Laden prior to 9/11 shaped his career. A young Syrian, six months pregnant, on an aging fishing boat in the Mediterranean, sinking fast under the weight of refugees.
Through two alternating monologues, Borders provides an urgent, moving and occasionally hilarious commentary on one of the great crises of our time.
Henry Naylor‘s play premiered at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it won the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Fringe Award and a coveted Fringe First, before North American performances at the Spoleto Festival, Charleston, and New York Theatre Workshop in 2018.
WINNER of The Scotsman Fringe First Award
Thursday 13 December | taking place after Games, Jeannie’s Theatre Conversations, a post-show Q&A with the cast of both shows, chaired by Jeannie Farr. Free entry.
|Louise Skaaning with Michael Cabot|
|Best||£22 (£20 previews)|
|Standard||£19 (£16 previews)|
Standard tickets are £12 or less with Arcola Passport.
Monday - Saturday at 7pm. Saturday matinees at 2.30pm.
Press night: Friday 7 December, 7pm
Previews: 4–6 December
Pay What You Can Tuesdays – limited allocation of tickets available in person, each Tuesday from 6pm. More info »
Running time: 65 (no interval) minutes approximately .
Scenes of violence
Suggestion of intoxication
Suitable for 14+
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