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4.5 (2) · Contemporary Drama

Robert Lepage’s most autobiographical play to date is a riveting tale about memory, belonging and collective history

Overview

A tender one-man performance animated by a transforming set.

Standing beside a rotating doll’s house replica of his childhood home – the block of flats at 887 Murray Avenue – Lepage opens a beguiling window to the past. Delivered in a mixture of poetry and prose, his intimate recollections of family life illuminate the struggles of Québécois society of the time while inviting us into his present-day world.

Critic reviews

A masterpiece on so many levels … rich but deeply personal

Independent

This is the most intimate show of his career, achieving both a cerebral and an emotional power

Daily Telegraph

Date & time

Show ended
Thu 1 Jun - Sat 10 Jun, Tue - Sat 7.45pm; Sun 4 Jun at 3pm.
Runtime: 2 hrs

Venue

Silk Street EC2Y 8DS London, UK · Get Directions
4.5
out of 5 stars
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