Remi Rachuba and Theatre503 present
Extended run at Summerhall, Fringe 22, and shortlisted for Adrian Pagan Playwriting Award and BBC Writersroom.
A young Pole moves to Scotland from Poland to pursue his dreams to become an actor. When he is about to fulfil his dreams, he is confronted with a few traumatic events, which takes its toll on the protagonist’s mental health.
Running time: 65 minutes (no interval)
Age guidance: 16+
There are six £6 tickets on offer for every performance.
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Remi Rachuba, a native Pole, having initially studied teaching English, participated in acting courses in Warsaw, London, New York, Moscow before settling in Scotland and finally being accepted to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. His first professional job was performing in a dreamthinkspeak’s site-specific production titled ‘Before I Sleep’ presented at 2010 Brighton Theatre Festival, awarded with Peter Brook Best Ensemble Award and subsequently presented at the Holland Festival in 2011. He has also performed in dreamthinkspeak’s ‘The Rest is Silence’, ‘In the Beginning was the End’ and 'Absent'. Remi has also worked with Katie Mitchell on 'Lucia di Lammermoor' at the Royal Opera House in 2016 and 2017. In August 2022, he premiered his bilingual (English-Polish) solo-play, ‘Intruder/Intruz,’ at Summerhall, Fringe. Remi performed 2 language versions of the play, English and Polish. The play was supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland. Additionally, since graduating Remi has participated in a production at the Traverse Theatre titled ‘The Builders’ with Plutot La Vie, toured with a T.I.E production of 'Pinocchio'. He also participated in the Berlinale Talent Campus at the Berlin International Film Festival.
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