Dates and Times

Sat 19 August at 7:00pm

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Ticket information

£15/12 (conc.)

Book Tickets

Part of Camden Fringe 2018: London’s Alternative to Edinburgh Fringe. To view the rest of the programme, click here

Please note: all tickets are sold through Camden Fringe. To book tickets, please visit their website here.

We will sell tickets on the door from one hour before the event is due to start, subject to availability. 

Presented by Theatre East N Bull

Two siblings, a brother and a sister live in a confined room all alone expecting a parade to take place that day. They chat, argue and share their dreams with each other. Their only contact with the outside world is a small window in their room which looks down on the town’s square. The noises and sounds they hear from the square will determine their fate as they did their past.

The Parade is a play with timeless themes in the sense that it successfully unravels the layers of humanity’s sad reality as we don’t learn from history but repeat the same mistakes against other fellow human beings again and again. It is a universal testimony of our modern times which prompts thought in symbolic ways and at the same time achieves to disturb us by reminding us that we are a part of this obscure, violent and bleak reality which can reoccur any time.



“An excellent production of a moving and provocative play.” – ★★★★★  Remote Goat

“The ideas of the play are beautifully explored on a visual level creating some powerful moments.” – Spy in the Stalls

About the Company

Theatre East N Bull is a London based company that has been producing plays bilingually since 2006. We mainly create and produce political theatre with an edge and with bold messages by using movement, music/sound and by creating visual imagery. We got an award in Turkey last year and have been touring our work to other countries as well as staging them in London. Theatre East N Bull aims to tackle social and political issues such as displacement, war, fascism, oppression and also to introduce the plays of other cultures from the Middle East, Balkans and the Mediterranean. | |#The Parade

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