A UK Premiere
Love v. Money. Value v. Cost . The Merchants v. Larisa
This passionate, razor-sharp black comedy about a penniless woman and the men who want her is brought to British audiences for the first time.
In the marketplace where merchants cut deals, love has no value. But Larisa has only one thing to sell and she’s in desperate need of a buyer. Can she up her own worth, or will the merchants drive her to a bargain she cannot possibly hope to keep?
“a triumph on every level” – Evening Standard
on Antigone, InSite Performance
“the very essence of theatre” – Whatsonstage.com
on SMITH, InSite Performance at the British Museum
[Click here for to view and download the leaflet for this production](https://www.arcolatheatre.com/whats-on/brochures-and-leaflets)
MONDAY BANK HOLIDAY SPECIAL OFFER – All seats £5 for Monday 6 May at 8pm.
Saturday matinees at 3pm (11, 18, 25 May; 1 June) – £14 (£12 concessions)
Opening performances (1, 2 May) – all tickets £12
Running time: 135 minutes including an interval
Valid for use with Arcola Passport
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