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The award-winning (Scotsman Fringe First, Amnesty International Freedom of Expression) theatrical sensation comes to London in a brand new version from the directors of Belarus Free Theatre!
Based on Mark and Marichka Marczyks' first hand experiences during the 2014 Kiev Uprising, Counting Sheep invites you to lose yourself in the events that changed the course of Ukrainian history forever. Sing, march, protest, dance, eat, help, recoil, fight, laugh, cry. With folk singing, found footage and revolutionary staging this 'Guerrilla Folk Opera' is an electrifying exploration of human resilience.
This production is a unique artistic collaboration between Mark and Marichka Marczyk, whose lives changed forever while fighting for freedom and love in Maidan Square, and Natalia Kaliada and Nicolai Khalezin, founders of Belarus Free Theatre, whose struggles with the repressive dictatorship in Belarus are well documented. This joint theatrical statement from people who went through real life and death situations makes for an explosive stage experience.
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
No refunds available after purchase.
**** "Astonishing vigour, invention and scale"
"An extraordinary piece of musical theatre… exhilarating"
**** "Gets the audience right into the heart of a revolution"
Whats on Stage
**** "Alarming, Joyous and Thought-Provoking"
***** "A theatrical triumph" / "Everything theatre should be and more - everyone, everywhere should see it"
"As close as one could get to experiencing a revolution without actually putting your life on the line" - Torontoist
Ed Fest Magazine - "A theatre adventure that really gets under your skin"
British Theatre Guide
23rd January - 17th March 2019
The Vaults (Main Entrance)
BY UNDERGROUND TRAIN / FOOT
Exit Waterloo Station via Exit Two onto Waterloo Road (there should be a Sainsbury's opposite). Turn right and walk towards the Old Vic. Turn right onto Bayliss Road. Take the second right on to Lower Marsh. Continue straight for 150m until you come to a ramp on your right hand side going into a tunnel (Leake Street, grafitti tunnel). The Vaults will be visible on your right hand side.
BY UNDERGROUND TRAIN / FOOT
Exit Waterloo Station via Exit Two onto Waterloo Road (there should be a Sainsbury's opposite). Turn right and walk towards The Old Vic. Turn right onto Bayliss Road. Take the second right on to Lower Marsh. Continue straight for 100m and turn right (after Greggs) onto Launcelot Street on your right hand side. Walk straight ahead, The Vaults Theatre is on your left hand side.
Exit onto Leake Street via York Road. Opposite London Eye landmark.
Closest parking available at Upper Marsh, SE1 7ER.
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