Mile End


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Emerging company Analogue's award winning show is inspired by the devastating true story of the murder of Christophe Duclos, pushed in front of a train at Mile End station in 2002, by Stephen Soans-Wade, a man with a history of mental illness. Mile End is a haunting story told through a contemporary mix of arresting visual performance.

Michael lives alone. When a minor occurrence threatens the fragile order he so desperately relies upon, he struggles to keep one foot in the door of reality. Alex is having dreams; snapshots of the future which disturbingly appear to come true. Kate is very much awake. But before long even her reality is threatened by her husband's nightmares, as he attempts to prevent the inevitable. A startling sequence of events culminates in a 'chance' encounter on the platform of Mile End station.

Analogue are comprised of company members who have served their apprenticeship among innovators such as Gecko, Theatre-Rites, Desmond Jones and Chris Goode.

  • 8pm
  • £7-£20 (airline-style)


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London, SE1 6BD
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Box office: 020 7407 0234


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