Toska is a new piece of political, physical theatre created by Elizabeth Huskisson, based on the true story of the Khachaturyan sisters who murdered their father; a case that provoked public outrage in Russia. Despite suffering prolonged abuse, the sisters now await trial. The piece follows their story up until this point and paints a tragic picture of a nation in the midst of a cultural debate.
Includes references to violence, abuse, death. Contains scenes some viewers may find upsetting.
Where Have All Our Women Gone
‘Do you cry yourself to sleep at night picturing all the dead women?’This original, one woman piece of experimental political theatre, partly verbatim and partly fictional, reveals the painful truth of the threat one faces by simply being a woman. It is a dark, satirical and uncomfortable portrait of our nation. There is just one question; where have all our women gone?
Includes strong language, references to violence, sexual violence, rape, death. Contains references some viewers may find upsetting.