Tag Archives: Franz Kafka

May 05

Joseph K – Secret House repurpose The Trial for a modern take. (Theatre Review)

Joseph K Secret House with Limelight on Oxford 1-18 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley Currently, it is presumed, Kafka’s work exists outside of any attempt to impose meaning despite his works being remarkably suggestive texts. Not quite symbolic, not quite surreal, not quite absurd, his writings are the sort that […]

February 11

Metamorphosis – Kafka gets a new spin that offers more. (Theatre Review)

Metamorphosis Clock and Spiel Productions 7 to 16 February, Chippen Street Theatre. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Deng Deng Of the thousands and thousands of words written on and about Franz Kafka in the almost one hundred years since he died, until recently almost all of them had been written by men. Without […]

April 03

Metamorphosis – The story that transforms itself, the production that transforms the story. (Theatre Review)

Metamorphosis Throwing Shade Theatre Company The Fuse Box Studio, The Factory Theatre, 31 March – 2 April Metamorphosis is now closed, but you can get more info about possible future shows here. It is accepted that one of the many great talents of Franz Kafka is that he created his own past, his own predecessors. […]