As part of VERGE FESTIVAL 2014: DEVIATE
With a touch of comic absurdity, Vaclav Havel’s ‘Private View’ is a short, brutal, funny story about an artist’s dehumanisation.
Ferdinand is a mild-mannered writer who is invited by his friends, Michael and Vera, to admire their refurbished flat. And even though Michael and Vera are an affluent couple who brag of their imported lifestyle and their sex lives, Ferdinand still tries to remain enthused. They gradually begin a verbal attack on Ferdinand, but, when he turns to leave, they beg him to stay.
Wednesday 8th October – Friday 10th
2pm At The Holme Reading Room
Book tickets here: http://www.trybooking.com/fzjw