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Rough Cuts
On from 08 Jul 2008 till 19 Jul 2008
Royal Court Theatre
by Royal Court Theatre
Genre(s): Comedy, Drama, New Writing

About: Rough Cuts

Chronic -

Tue 8, Wed 9 July, 7.45pm

Written by D C Jackson
Directed by Lyndsey Turner

Obsessive compulsive, wheat intolerant, chronically fatigued Sagittarian would like to meet dyspraxic, bi-polar vegan for self-help and maybe more. Sense of humour optional.
D C Jackson and Lyndsey Turner explore the world of the self-diagnosed.

Think global, f*ck local -

Fri 11 and Sat 12 July, 7.45pm

In association with Out of Joint
Written by Stella Feehily
Directed by Max Stafford-Clark
Cast Lucy Briers, Babou Ceesay, Giles Cooper, Paul Hickey, Aoife McMahon, Olivia Poulet, Mickey Sumner

"Kabul's like f**king Ibiza now. Heaving with pretty Sloaney girls. Quite good clubs. Plenty of drugs. I'm too old for all that now."
Humanitarians. By day saving the world. At night they drink, party – move on. And then, some time, they have to go home. Out of Joint takes a look behind the public face of UN and NGO workers.

Midnight Revolutions -

Tue 15, Wed 16 July, 7.45pm

An International Rough Cut
Written by Norge Espinosa Mendoza
Translated by William Gregory
Directed by Indhu Rubasingham
Project developed by Elyse Dodgson

All eyes are on Cuba as we approach the 50th anniversary of the Revolution. Inspired by his conversations with Cubans of different generations from across the country, one of Cuba's leading playwright's explores what it means to live in today's Cuban reality.
Norge Espinosa Mendoza has participated in the Royal Court Project in Cuba since 2002 and attended the International Residency in 2004.

Behind the Image -

Thu 17, Fri 18, Sat 19 July, 7.45pm

Part 1 Compiled and edited by Michael Bhim
Directed by Dominic Cooke

Part 2 Compiled and edited by Alia Bano and Nina Raine
Directed by Nina Raine

Playwrights Michael Bhim and Alia Bano interview a diverse cross section of Muslims at the mosque, at university, at work and at home, and draw their responses together into a revealing and essential tapestry of beliefs, attitudes, opinions and perspectives on life in the UK.

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