Absurd, fearless and mordantly funny, Belarusian playwright Pavel Pryazhko’s ingenious comedy The Harvest examines every area of post-Soviet life with a merciless eye.

It’s harvest time and Egor, Valerii, Ira and Lubya are enjoying some hard graft in the orchard, picking apples and packing them into boxes.

But, as the day progresses, what begin as tiny problems escalate into a complete shambles and total comic mayhem.

The Harvest is directed by former Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Boyd.

The show is suitable for ages 14 and older.

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