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In the Republic of Happiness archive- What're you doing here Robert? - Well to be frank with you, I've really no idea. I thought I would just suddenly appear, so I did. I suddenly appeared. A family Christmas is interrupted by the unexpected arrival of Uncle Bob. Who is he? Why has he come? Why does his wife stay out in the car? And what is the meaning of his long and outrageous message? All we can be sure of is that the world will never be the same again. A violent satire, In the Republic of Happiness is a provocative roll-call of contemporary obsessions.

Author Martin Crimp.

Archive listings for In the Republic of Happiness

Work type: Play.


22 Nov 16 to 26 Nov 16Burton Taylor Theatre, Oxford :: V799
listing details L1772749789


Corporate Sponsor Coutts. Producer Royal Court. Director Dominic Cooke. Design Miriam Buether. Lighting Peter Mumford. Music Roald van Oosten. Sound Paul Arditti. Musical Director James Fortune. Performer Anna Calder-Marshall. Performer Emma Fielding. Performer Seline Hizli. Performer Ellie Kendrick. Performer Stuart McQuarrie. Performer Paul Ready. Performer Michelle Terry. Performer Peter Wight.
6 Dec 12 to 19 Jan 13Royal Court - Jerwood Theatre, West End :: V411
listing details L01776324080

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