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    ARCHIVE: Outsiders

    • 24 Nov -
      28 Nov 2015
      24 Nov - 28 Nov 2015

    Written by Emteaz Hussain
    Directed by Fraser Corfield
    Designed by Lydia Denno
    Lighting Design by Alexandra Stafford

    The sun was beating down on the beach. Five shots rang out and a man fell to the ground.  A nameless Arab, dead.

    Many years later two women, one French, one Algerian look up at the so blue sky and wonder what really happened to their lives that day and who they, and each other, are now.

    Pilot’s new production, gives voice to the forgotten in a compelling re imagining of Camus’ novel, L’Etranger.

    Pilot Theatre are a mid-scale touring theatre company based at York Theatre Royal. Their new production, Outsiders, is written by acclaimed writer Emteaz Hussain (Blood). It tells the stories of two women, Marie Cardona and Sumaya Nuradin, exploring what it means to feel different from others. We’re very pleased to welcome Pilot to Bristol for the first time.

    • RUNNING TIMEApprox. 1hr


    Full £14 / Concession £10

    (no concession Fri or Sat eve)

    Tue All tickets £10


    • Array

      "It races along, with hardly a moment when we’re not completely absorbed. This is a beautiful and very welcome hour of theatre"

      London Theatre 1
    • “Outsiders is a rare thing in contemporary theatre, for it does not entertain. It makes us think”

      The Yorkshire Post
    • “Rewarding and provocative new work from a company building a strong reputation for timely ‘re-imaginings’ drawn from classic text”

      British Theatre Guide
    • “This poignant play shows us the consequences of a refusal to accept change, a refusal to accept people – a refusal to accept”

      A Younger Theatre

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