The Gate Theatre, the National Theatre, Out of Joint, Paines Plough and the Royal Court join forces to present Mark Ravenhill’s Shoot/ Get Treasure/ Repeat, and epic cycle of plays exploring the personal and political effect of war on modern life.

The plays began life at last year’s Edinburgh Festival as Ravenhill For Breakfast and form a collage of very different scenes, each taking its title from another classic work. Throughout April, the plays will be presented in various venues across London/>/>, from Sloane Square, the South Bank, Notting Hill, and a restored Victorian Warehouse in East London/>.

At the National, four of the plays will be presented in pairs on two evenings and a Saturday morning when you can catch all four plays.

The Mikado: Peter who has cancer, expresses his anger to his partner.

The Odyssey: A group of soldiers prepare to go home after invading a foreign country.                                             

Thu 3 Apr 18:00/> & Sat 5 Apr 10:00/> & 11:00/> (Lyttelton Theatre)

Intolerance: A middle-class wife and mother suffers a repeated pain in her stomach.

Crime and Punishment: A soldier interrogates a native woman in an occupied zone.

Fri 4 Apr 18:00/> & Sat 5 Apr 10:00/> & 11:00/> (Cottesloe Theatre)

For more information please visit www.shootgettreasurerepeat.com

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