By Abdelkader Benali

Director Teunkie van der Sluijs

Performed by William el-Gardi

Shakespeare meets the Middle East in this 2008 Edinburgh Fringe hit.

Yasser, a young and idealistic Palestinian actor, is preparing to play Shakespeare’s notorious Jew, Shylock. But he’s just been robbed of all his props and costume.

A poignant and playful monologue about identity, acting and a pound of flesh, and about why the Arab understands Shylock better than anyone else.

“Pick of the festival”
The Times Critical List


6 – 24 Oct, 8.15pm, £14 (£10 concessions, excl. Fri & Sat evenings)

Tuesdays – ‘PAY WHAT YOU CAN’ (subject to availability)

PLEASE NOTE: • Proof will be required for concessions • All tickets are non-refundable