Performed at The Last Tuesday Society on Sunday June 3rd 2012. Filmed and edited by Andrey Manirko
Yes, we’re taking over the Last Tuesday Society on Mare Street for one day only, on Sunday 3rd of June, with 2 shows: our piece de resistance ANNA KARROTENINA, and the new, hardly-ever-before-shown-or-seen – CRIME AND RADISHMENT!!!
Tickets can be purchased here
See you there!
Hello everyone. We’re pleased to announce our forthcoming show at the delectable and delicious Wyndstock festival this very June 30th. We’ll be performing with the freshest crop of summer actors, in the great outdoors, what could be more invigorating!? See you there!
Comrades! We’ve baked potatoes, roasted Jerusalem artichokes and chewed raw beetroot but … Oh! How we’ve been missing you. Not even the finest cooked vegetable compares to an evening on the suitcase stage. So we’re debuting this fine Spring season, with a performance of Tolstoy’s Anna Karrotenina at Pushkin House. Come along this Tuesday and watch Theatre Borscht perform. Soup will be served.
Theatre BORSCHT performing Tolstoy’s ANNA KARROTENINA!
8th March 2011
After a long summer of meditating upon the being of vegetables we’ve come back to the world of showbiz, to perform our newest masterpiece Aleksand Pushkin’s ‘Eugene ONIONegin’ a tale of love and rejection in an era of disillusion.
“Ecstasy is a bowlful of Borcht and mouthful of smetana in the stomach”, A. Pushkin
Theatre BORSCHT will be performing as part of Radio Gagarin at the Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, on Friday October 15th.
More info on http://www.myspace.com/radiogagagarin and http://www.workersplaytime.net/WEEKAFTERNEW.htm
After traveling down to Devon for Camp Bestival, Theatre BORSCHT have returned to London! Borscht worked in a cosy Mongolian yurt, called the Giant’s Kitchen, as part of the enchanting House of Fairytales‘ Travelling Art Circus.
This year Camp Bestival hosted around 15,000 under-16 year olds. Borscht held vegetable puppet workshops, a vegetable quiz, and a children’s puppet performance to entertain our young visitors. Here are some of the puppets they made.
The Borscht suitcase is now taking a break for the summer. Catch that sun comrades and we’ll see you later this autumn.
Theatre Borscht packed their suitcase and went to the Festival of the Nine Muses last weekend. Held at the impossibly brilliant Milton Manor, Anna Karrotenina took pride of stage and delighted audiences. One member of the troupe even began Twitter-ing like an atmospheric bird. Soup was served at dusk.