Goblin Baby presents first full-length play

The Devil And Stepashka imageGoblin Baby Theatre Company are bringing Claire Booker’s 90-minute drama The Devil and Stepashka to London in June and July. The play is based on Tolstoy’s short story ‘The Devil’ in which landowner Zhenya’s obsession for one of his peasant women leads to murderous consequences. He stands trial for murder, but can there be true justice in an unjust society? And is it guilt, insanity or the supernatural that finally haunts him?

The Devil and Stepashka plays at The Space (269 Westferry Road, E14 3RS, Canary Wharf/Mudshoot tube) from Tues 10th to Friday 20th of June at 7.30pm. Matinee 2.30pm, Sat 14th. The play transfers to Ye Old Rose & Crown, (53 Hoe Street, E17 4SA, Walthamstow tube) for Sat 19th July (8pm) and Sun 20th July (6pm). Matinee 2pm, Sunday.

For more information about the production please visit: www.GoblinBaby.com To book tickets at the Space go to: www.space.org.uk or tickets at Ye Old Rose & Crown to: www.goblinbaby.ticketsource.co.uk Tickets available at the door at £13(£10 concession).

Special Events:
The performances on Wednesday 11th and 18th June will be followed by a Q&A session with the writer and director as well as members of the cast.

For the matinées on June 14th & July 20th the company will present The Verdict is Yours, in which the audience acts as jury and votes for one of two alternative endings to the play.

One year after Goblin Baby’s first project at the Space, they present their first full-length play, The Devil & Stepashka. Founded in 2013, the Goblin Baby Theatre Co. is a London-based activist theatre company not afraid to address taboos and set out to challenge the confines of conventional theatre. They aim to create thought-provoking productions that have the potential to raise social awareness as well as to expose and question the world and society we live in.



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