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Brockley Jack presents Kafka v Kafka

Kafka v Kafka  by Howard Colyer      Nameless Theatre Company       Directed by Leigh Tredger

Kafka v Kafkais about the struggle to communicate and its seeming impossibility. It’s about an ex-soldier and shopkeeper, and a lawyer and writer of genius. It’s about first and second generation migrants to a world city. It’s about the wall between a father and a son.

The play is based on Franz Kafka’s Letter to my Father.

‘To better a complete misunderstanding shouldn’t be impossible.’

Howard Colyer is a playwright and novelist.  His most recent productions were, The Overcoat, which had a sell-out run at the Brockley Jack in January 2011; Conference Call, which was selected for LOST Theatre’s One Act Play Festival in May; and Homework which appeared at the Jack in November.

Howard Colyer’s Homework is not only reminiscent of Waiting for Godot’s literal and actual inaction… but also of its cyclical and repetitive patterns.
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To take a look at rehearsals click here

Tuesday 17 January – Saturday 4 February at 7.45pm
Saturday 4 February also at 4pm (Performances: Tuesday – Saturday)

Tickets: £12, £10 conc. (suitable for over 14s) To book online click here