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Old and new Europeans collide at a time of great change in this poetic and comic tale of love, loss and longing. The play is set in a small Eastern European border town once famous for making soup, electricity and checking passports. International Express Trains thunder through the station, carrying different people from worlds apart. Deeply compelling, Europe
confronts the bleaker meanings of nationhood, identity and globalisation. Is there no stopping this powerful train in its tracks?Performers Billy Howle (Berlin), Kevork Malikyan (Sava), Faye Marsay (Adele), Stephen Wight (Billy), Shane Zaza (Morocco), Theo Barklem-Biggs (Horse), Ron Cook (Fret), Natalia Tena (Katia).
Author David Greig. Director Michael Longhurst. Design Chloe Lamford. Lighting Tom Visser. Music Simon Slater. Sound Ian Dickinson. Producer Donmar Warehouse. Director Imogen Knight (movement director). Director Anna Cooper (CDG - casting director).
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