7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
13th January, 2022
In a land ruled by the Castle, Josef K arrives to start his new job as a land surveyor – but soon finds he is unwanted and unable to return home. A family is discreetly cast out after the daughter spurns the sexual advances of a high up official.
The Castle – Franz Kafka’s final masterpiece – speaks to our era of Me Too, Brexit and the migrant crisis. A searching, riotous voyage into what it is to be with or without power, in a land where it is a fight to be accepted.
Russell Bolam co-creator and director of the critically acclaimed hit Edinburgh show Beetlemania: Kafka for Kids! adapts and directs The Castle.
By Frank Kafka
Adapted by Russell Bolam & The Company
Performed by BA (Hons) Acting (CDT)
Designed & produced by BA (Hons) Theatre Practice students