4.48 Psychosis (2005)

Sarah Kane’s final play, 4.48 Psychosis, first production Belarus Free Theatre ever mounted underground in Minsk in 2005. Read more

A Flower for a Pina Bausch

‘The group’s relentless quest for freedom of expression reaches its sublimated heights with A Flower for Pina Bausch.’ Edmund Lee, Time Out Hong Kong Read more


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Being Harold Pinter (2006)

How is a play born? Should an artist be involved with politics? Being Harold Pinter begins and ends with a search for the answers to these questions. Read more

Burning Doors

Belarus Free Theatre combine forces with Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina to share stories of persecuted artists, living under dictatorship, who will not be silenced. Read more

Discover Love (2008)

"Should be seen by everyone who wants confirmation of the continuing relevance and vitality of theater as an art form" The New York Times Read more

Earth No. 2

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Merry Xmas Miss Meadows

Merry Christmas, Ms Meadows challenges the role of identity, gender and sexuality in the world today. Read more

Minsk, 2011: A Reply to Kathy Acker

If scars are sexy, Minsk must be the sexiest city in the world… Read more

NY '79

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Time of Women (2014)

Time of Women: A play about women on the forefront of a movement for a democratic Belarus, women with an unflinching and unswerving dedication to the truth. Read more

Trash Cuisine

This provocative and urgent show pierces the imagination with moments of the darkest humour as it challenges capital punishment in our contemporary world, where 36 countries still carry out the death penalty. Read more

We Belliwood

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Zone of Silence (2008)

Zone of Silence is a modern Belarusian epic in three independent chapters. Read more