ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE SEA

PRESENTED BY OUT OF THE WINGS
BY JORGELINA CERRITOS (EL SALVADOR)
TRANSLATED BY MARGARET STANTON AND ANNA DONKO 
Out of the Wings returns for its 8th festival of play readings from Ibero-America, in UK-premiere English translations.

Out of the Wings (OOTW) returns for its eighth annual festival of theatre in translation from the worlds of Spanish- and Portuguese-language playwriting. Over five nights, we present readings of plays from five different countries, all in English translation and in the UK for the first time.

Our 2024 festival brings work from Ecuador and El Salvador to our line-up for the first time, as well as plays from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Spain. Exploring Ibero-America’s past, present and future with extraordinary range, the plays of #OOTW2024 celebrate indigenous heritage, grapple with historical injustice, question humanity’s place in the world today, and boldly imagine societies yet to come.

The play-readings are one element of OOTW’s six-day programme of theatre in translation. This unmissable flagship event in the OOTW calendar begins with the OOTW Forum at King’s College London, then continues all week with practical workshops, our festival book-sale, and opportunities to meet the OOTW team informally in the Omnibus bar.

Discover with us the best of Ibero-American playwriting, in a celebration of international collaboration and theatre in translation.

Born out of a collaboration between its co-founders and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s acclaimed Spanish Golden

Age season, OOTW has been bringing English translations of theatre from the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking worlds to the UK and beyond since 2008. 

All plays at #OOTW2024 will be presented as staged readings.

Pictured: Joe Haddad, Daniel Passi, Constanza Ruff and Ella Zilkha at #OOTW2023 (Photo: Terry Cripps)

18 JUL
7:30PM
£12 STANDARD
£8 CONSESSION
#OOTW2024

ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE SEA

PRESENTED BY OUT OF THE WINGS
BY JORGELINA CERRITOS (EL SALVADOR)
TRANSLATED BY MARGARET STANTON AND ANNA DONKO 
Out of the Wings returns for its 8th festival of play readings from Ibero-America, in UK-premiere English translations.

Out of the Wings (OOTW) returns for its eighth annual festival of theatre in translation from the worlds of Spanish- and Portuguese-language playwriting. Over five nights, we present readings of plays from five different countries, all in English translation and in the UK for the first time.

Our 2024 festival brings work from Ecuador and El Salvador to our line-up for the first time, as well as plays from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Spain. Exploring Ibero-America’s past, present and future with extraordinary range, the plays of #OOTW2024 celebrate indigenous heritage, grapple with historical injustice, question humanity’s place in the world today, and boldly imagine societies yet to come.

The play-readings are one element of OOTW’s six-day programme of theatre in translation. This unmissable flagship event in the OOTW calendar begins with the OOTW Forum at King’s College London, then continues all week with practical workshops, our festival book-sale, and opportunities to meet the OOTW team informally in the Omnibus bar.

Discover with us the best of Ibero-American playwriting, in a celebration of international collaboration and theatre in translation.

Born out of a collaboration between its co-founders and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s acclaimed Spanish Golden

Age season, OOTW has been bringing English translations of theatre from the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking worlds to the UK and beyond since 2008. 

All plays at #OOTW2024 will be presented as staged readings.

Pictured: Joe Haddad, Daniel Passi, Constanza Ruff and Ella Zilkha at #OOTW2023 (Photo: Terry Cripps)

18 JUL
7:30PM
£12 STANDARD
£8 CONSESSION
#OOTW2024

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