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22 February – 17 March

Trust

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Box office: 020 7229 0706

Press night
  • Monday 26 February 2018

Caption night
  • Performance and post-show talk is captioned
    suited for those who are deaf/hard-of-hearing
    or use English as a second language
    
    Tuesday 6 March 2018

Young People's night
  • £7.50 tickets for Under 26's
    Friday 9 March 2018

It’s about me
It’s not about you 
 
Vodka. Toblerone. Pyjamas. #thoughtthiswasforever. Splitting assets. Blackmail. Debt. More vodka. Giving up. Fighting back. More vodka. Cee Lo Green. #thisisover.  
 
Classic break-up.
 
Jude Christian  returns to the Gate Theatre with her production of Falk Richter’s Trust – an anarchic celebration of broken relationships, complex negotiations, and the tyranny of capitalism. 
 
Come and join us. It’s going to be one hell of a party. 
 
 

Book Tickets

22 February – 17 March 2018
Falk Richter is one of the most important German playwrights and directors of his generation. His plays have been translated into more than 25 languages and are produced all over the world. His plays include For the Disconnected Child, Rausch (written with Anouk van Dijk), Play Loud, My Secret Garden (written with Stanislas Nordey), Damaged Youth, State of Emergency, The Disturbance, Seven Seconds (In God We Trust), God Is A DJ. Apart from writing and directing his own plays, Richter has directed Shakespeare, Chekov, Schiller, Brecht, contemporary writers including Caryl Churchill, Harold Pinter, Martin Crimp, Sarah Kane and operas by Tchaikovsky, Strauss and Weber.
Maja Zade is a dramaturg at the Schaubühne Berlin, where she has worked with directors such as Thomas Ostermeier, Ivo van Hove, Luk Perceval, Benedict Andrews and Marius von Mayenburg. Her translations into German include works by Lars von Trier, Arnold Wesker and Caryl Churchill, and she has translated into English works by Marius von Mayenburg, Roland Schimmelpfennig, Lars Norén and Falk Richter.

Jude Christian is a director, writer & performer. She is an Associate Artist at The Yard Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith and National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. She previously directed I’d Rather Goya Robbed Me of My Sleep Than Some Other Arsehole for the Gate in 2014.

Her directing credits also include The Darkest Corners (Transform), The Path (Hightide), Lela & Co (Royal Court Theare). As an Associate Director her work includes Aladdin, Shopping and Fucking (Lyric Hammersmith) and Carmen Disruption (Almeida Theatre). As well as directing she was Co-Artistic Director of Concert Theatre (2012 – 2016) and in 2016 she wrote and performed in Nanjing (Now ’16 Festival, The Yard Theatre).
 

Joshua works as a Lighting and Projection Designer across theatre, dance, opera,
music, film & art installation.

Current Projects: Glass Menagerie (Nuffield Theatre) as Video Designer, Invisible Treasure (Ovalhouse Theatre); The Merchant of Venice, Wuthering Heights, Consensual (Ambassadors Theatre). Recent Lighting credits: The Crocodile (Manchester International Festival); One Arm (Southwark Playhouse); The Trial Parallel (Young Vic); Amadis de Gaulle (Bloomsbury Theatre); Beckett Season (Old Red Lion); The Deluge (UK Tour, Lila Dance); Usagi Yojimbo (Southwark Playhouse); A Streetcar Named Desire Parallel (Young Vic); Trace Elements (UK Tour, Janine Fletcher); Werther (Arcola); Be Here Now (Shoreditch Town Hall, TOOT); Pioneer (UK Tour, Curious Directive); I’d Rather Goya Robbed Me of My Sleep (The Gate), Thumbelina (UK Tour, Dancing Brick); No Place Like Home (TheGate), Pelleas et Melisande (Arcola & Bury Court).

Recent Video & Lighting Credits: Mikvah Project (Yard Theatre); Nicobobinus (UK Tour,Red Ladder); Fox Symphony (Camden People’s Theatre, Foxy & Husk); The Hundred We Are (Yard Theatre, Hobo Theatre); Brothers of Justice (Camden People’s Theatre).
Recent Video Credits: The Hook (Royal and Derngate Theatre and Liverpool Playhouse) as Associate Video Designer; The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Night Time (Gielgud) as Associate Video Designer.

More info at: www.joshuapharo.com

22 February – 17 March

Trust

Book Tickets

Box office: 020 7229 0706

Press night
  • Monday 26 February 2018

Caption night
  • Performance and post-show talk is captioned
    suited for those who are deaf/hard-of-hearing
    or use English as a second language
    
    Tuesday 6 March 2018

Young People's night
  • £7.50 tickets for Under 26's
    Friday 9 March 2018