"this is life lived as a punch and judy show"
"highly, highly recommended"
"as relevant now as it was when it was first performed"
"a very unexpected treat"
the audience was transfixed"
- fringereview.co.uk / theatresouth.org.uk
"Isn't injustice just as good as justice?"
Join us on the absurdly grotesque killing spree/sex-capades of one man...a man who promises to make Poland great again!
Brighton's favourite subversive performance company, Squall + Frenzy, presents a daring new adaptation of Alfred Jarry's 1896 symbolist masterpiece.
A balancing act, blending surreal critiques of current political events and a post-pantomime romp through some of Shakespeare's most loved stories, Ubu Roi has more than earnt its controversial reputation.
Pere Ubu is the kind of villain you love to hate, and he hates you just as much as you hate him.
Pere Ubu, Mere Ubu
Owen Bleach, Francesca Isherwood, photo by Ada Dodds
Owen Bleach, photo by Ada Dodds
Pere Ubu, Bear, General Rensky
Owen Bleach, Alexi Parkin, Tamsin Harding, photo by Ada Dodds
Francesca Isherwood, photo by Ada Dodds
Alexi Parkin, photo by Ada Dodds
Mere Ubu, Pere Ubu
Francesca Isherwood, Owen Bleach, photo by Ada Dodds
Bear, Pere Ubu
Alexi Parkin, Owen Bleach, photo by Ada Dodds
Chris Gates, photo by Ada Dodds
Matt Swan, photo by Ada Dodds