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    The Believers Are But Brothers

    • 23 Apr -
      27 Apr 2019
      23 Apr - 27 Apr 2019

    Co-directed by Javaad Alipoor & Kirsty Housley

    Writer and theatre maker Javaad Alipoor presents his 2017 Scotsman Fringe First Award-winning show exploring the smoke and mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity and hate speech.

    We live in a time where old orders are collapsing, from the post-colonial nation states of the Middle East, to the EU and the American election. Through it all, tech savvy and extremist groups rip through twentieth century political certainties.

    Amidst this, a generation of young men find themselves burning with resentment; without the money, power and sex they think they deserve. This crisis of masculinity leads them into an online world of fantasy, violence and reality.

    Writer and theatre maker Javaad Alipoor spent time in this digital realm, exploring the blurry and complex world of extremists, spies, journalists and fantasists. This bold one-man show weaves together their stories.


    • RUNNING TIME1hr 10mins
    • TICKETSFrom £12 (limited availability)
    • VENUE


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    Please Note: As part of the performance, audience members will be asked to join a WhatsApp group for the show. This is optional, but will enhance your experience. When you arrive, the Front of House team will take your mobile number and add it to the group. After each show, the WhatsApp group is cleared and your phone number is deleted from the phones used by Front of House. Your mobile number will not be held by the company or passed onto any third party groups.

    • *****

      Complex... Masterly... One of the most fascinating shows I have seen in an age

      Financial Times
    • ****

      A window into the frightening virtual world

      Time Out
    • ****

      “Full of dark poetry and sheer analytical power”

      The Scotsman
    • ****

      “Undeniably eye-catching and inventive”

      Time Out

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