Dates and Times

Sun 26 August at 7pm

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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

The play takes place in the duration of a few days when we see the survival struggle of two illegal immigrants in a big, urban city. Tonho is a decent fellow whose dream has ended in cleaning subway toilets and sleeping in a storage warehouse on the outskirts of town. His efforts to obtain a decent living have failed and he’s terrified of being shipped back to his country as a failure. His flat mate Paco is very aggressive towards him and humiliates him all the time. Although he is in the same ordeal, Paco claims to be in a better situation and agitates Tonho by calling him a softie and telling him to go back to his mother’s embrace. While these two human beings are unable to communicate with each other on the human level, they are also unable to relate to the outside world. This is a stimulating, thought provoking fast paced one act play that deals with quite topical themes such as immigration, displacement and subsequent catastrophe that follows.

This production contains flashing images made with white light. 


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. Theatre East N Bull thrives to tackle social and political issues such as displacement, war, immigration, fascism and oppression and also to introduce the plays of other cultures from the Middle East, Balkans and the Mediterranean. | Twitter | Instagram | #Two Lost in a Filthy Night

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