Out With the Tide


This article is from 2006.

Out With The Tide examines two different exiled groups, both drifting off the coastline of a wartorn country. The first section focuses on three homeless people, who find themselves cast out to sea in a tiny boat after falling foul of the government’s social cleansing policy. The second half follows three Russian asylum seekers stuck in a giant rubber duck, trying to make their way to ‘the Promised Land’. The play has some strong dialogue and engaging performances, underpinned by an ominous undercurrent. (Holly Walsh)

Roman Eagle Lodge, until 28 Aug

This article is from 2006.


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