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    Jessie Anand Productions (JAP)

    JAP makes theatre and opera that is fresh and playful. Since it was founded in 2018, it has premiered five new plays, including the Offie-winning Yellowfin at Southwark Playhouse, site-specific Blue Thunder at VAULT Festival, and two plays by writer-performer Lucy Roslyn. JAP is supported by Stage One.

    JAP: @jessieproduces (Twitter & Insta)

    Hugh Wyld: @hughwyld (Twitter)

    Emma Jude Harris: @HeyEmJude (Twitter) / @emmajudeharris (Instagram)

    Hatty Carman: @hatty.carman (Instagram)

    Uri Agnon

    Uri Agnon is an Israeli Jerusalemite composer, playwright and activist. His work explores the boundaries between theatre, music and politics as well as themes of identity, Jewishness and activism. His pieces have been commissioned by and performed at major music festivals, art galleries, theatres, demonstrations and direct actions. His works include the chamber opera Word Problems, which is composed entirely of Israeli school textbooks, the oratorio Custodian, staged as a direct action on the doorsteps of the Jewish National Fund, the Tel Aviv Museum-commissioned ‘Absentee’ means, and many pieces for theatre, film, dance and concert halls.

    Website: www.uriagnon.com

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  • Jessie Anand Productions in association with Uri Agnon CPT shows

    Big Bang: Mon 13 March

    Mon 13 Mar at 7.15pm
    Big Bang is CPT’s regular scratch night: an explosion of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge.
    Lily Ash Sakula

    Antisemitism: a (((musical)))

    Tue 17 - Sat 28 Oct at 7pm
    An outrageous show about a wandering Jew on British soil. A tale of old hate, new guilt, shifting privilege and unconscious BS. You’ll either love it — or you’re antisemitic ;)

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