Theatre Director: Robert Hersey
Cast: Philip Harrison, Arabella Arnott, Mick Liversidge, Louis Roberts, Laura Lonsdale, Alice Byrne, Chris Connell, Elish Stout-Cairns, Mark Cornfield, Sol Taibi.
Musicians: Alexandra Raikhlina (violin), Liubov Ulybysheva (cello), Dov Goldberg (clarinet), Yoshie Kawamura (piano), Jan Bradley (percussion) 

Brundibar Arts Festival presents

Sunday 2 & Monday 3 February, 2020. 7.30pm.

£12, £10

“The Last Cyclist” is a play based on a cabaret written in 1944 in the Terezín Concentration Camp by the young Czech playwright, Karel Švenk, who was murdered by the Nazis a year later. This play is a daring, gallows-humor, absurdist allegory that expands on the “Jews and the cyclists” theme, making cyclists the victims of the inmates of a mental asylum who escape and take over the outside world. They hound, oppress, exile or kill everyone who rides a bicycle and anyone who has ever had anything to do with cyclists for many generations back.

The play, in a non-confrontational way, makes clear to today’s audiences that it is the personal responsibility of every human being to fight intolerance, prejudice, bullying and racism.

Gosforth Civic Theatre

Regent Farm Road,


Newcastle upon Tyne,


0191 284 3700

Cafe Opening Hours

Monday - Friday Closed

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

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