by Bertolt Brecht
translated by John Willett
produced by Aequitas Theatre Company

The world is under the threat of fascism and war is looming ever closer.
Liberalism and socialist ties are condemned by those in power. How did we get here?

Aequitas takes Brecht’s Fear and Misery of the Third Reich and applies it to our modern global society, taking a look at the lives of average people and the reasons they comply with those in power.

Set in the near future, this piece imagines what the world might become if we continue to repeat our mistakes.

“Our task is very difficult, but it’s the greatest one there is – to free the human race from its oppressors.”  

Press for previous productions
a great cast, engaging scenes and plot and is unafraid enough to highlight its subject matter head on… ahighly enjoyable and moving production ★★★★ View from the God on What’s Your Issue

Post show Q & A, Thursday 25th January. Power and Politics: Does Theatre Have a Voice?
Rachael Bellis, director of Aequitas’s exciting new take on Fear and Misery of the Third Reich and Dr. Andreas Kramer, reader in German and Comparative Literature at Goldsmiths College, discuss the role theatre has to play in telling a political story. The Q & A is free, and open to all who have attended that night’s performance

Tuesday 16 January  – Saturday 3 February 2018  at 7.30pm
(No performances: Sundays and Mondays)
Tickets: £15, £12 conc, suitable for 14+.
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Telephone reservations have a £1.50 booking fee

Running time: ninety five minutes, including a fifteen minute interval.