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  • Remi Rachuba present

    INTRUDER/INTRUZ

    Fri 14 Apr at 9pm
    Tickets £8 - £12
    ARCHIVE
    Following his dream, Remi moves to Scotland to become an actor. But an ugly and vicious attack almost ruins his life. A moving portrayal of acceptance and the ultimate forgiveness.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 65 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeContains distressing themes, Scenes of violence, Strong language/swearing. There is one movement sequence, which shows an assault. There is a longer section where a performer explains his experience of being assaulted. Swearing occurs as a result of anger and frustration but also as a comedic element. Suitable for 16+

    This production was rescheduled from SPRINT Festival 2023. 

    Following his dream, Remi moves to Scotland to become an actor. An ugly and vicious attack almost ruins his life...

    Shortlisted for Adrian Pagan Playwriting Award at the King's Head Theatre, and on the final shortlist in the BBC Writersroom Drama. Extended run at Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe 22 and VAULT Festival's 2023 Pick of Summerhall Award.

    Rachuba’s writing is heart-wrenching, unique and brutal. With elements of black humour and clever twists, the play keeps the audience transfixed, to witness a moving portrayal of acceptance and the ultimate forgiveness.

    Supported by Arts Council England.

    "One of the strongest one-man performances you will ever see"
    Ask the Ushers
    "Rachuba is a fearless actor, who expends so much energy during the show you feel he could run the National Grid all by himself. Rachuba is an extraordinary stage presence and it will be interesting to see where he goes next."
    Bouquets & Brickbats
    "Refreshingly bonkers"
    London Pub Theatres
    "Visceral, open, tense, and full of movement, whether dancing, fighting, or portraying a whale"
    Lou Reviews
    "Rachuba is such a magnetic, charismatic performer, leaping nimbly between characters and settings, and delivering his tale with abundant energy and commitment."
    The Arts Desk
    "Frenetic surreal comedy."
    The Reviews Hub
    "Complex and disturbing ... hard-hitting and thought-provoking."
    The Scotsman
    "An engaging performer. Intriguing [...] bilingual solo show from a performer with a facility for voices."
    The Stage

    "CPT is a force for good... We as a community need this desperately at this time."

    Local resident