Europe is fractured; economies faltering. Anti-Semitism and right-wing populism are surging. The world’s biggest sporting event is threatened with a boycott. The year is 1936, and fencer Helene Mayer has been selected as the Nazi’s token Jewish athlete for the Berlin Games. But she is about to find she is fighting for more than just gold…
Based on a true story, Games is a cautionary tale for our troubled times, by three-time Fringe First winner Henry Naylor, ‘one of our best new playwrights’ (The Times).
WINNER of The Scotsman Fringe First Award
Thursday 13 December | Jeannie’s Theatre Conversations, a post-show Q&A with the cast of both shows, chaired by Jeannie Farr. Free entry.
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Standard tickets are £12 or less with Arcola Passport.
Monday - Saturday at 8.30pm. Saturday matinees at 4pm.
Press night: Friday 7 December, 8.30pm
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 .
Suitable for 14+
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