On a beautiful spring evening – when both moons are full – two teenagers vow eternal love. It is a moment that will have cataclysmic consequences. Not just for them, but for the world on which they live. A world where Prom Night is a matter of life or death, where weapons are grown and trained like pets, and where a chosen few are hearing a voice. A voice that speaks of… Karagula.

Taking place in a secret London location, Philip Ridley’s Karagula is a sweeping fantasy epic set entirely in an alternative universe and is set to be one of the largest productions ever staged Off-West End. Written in a fractured timescale, it explores our constant need to find meaning – to believe we’re here for a reason. To have faith in something. Faith in anything.

The unique production is presented by Olivier and OFFIE award-winning DEM Productions, emerging company PIGDOG, and Soho Theatre – a dream team of experimental and established theatre makers. Written by one of the most influential British writers in the past few decades – whose work includes Mercury Fur, Tender Napalm, Dark Vanilla Jungle and Radiant Vermin – and directed by Max Barton, whose critically-acclaimed production of Piranha Heights was short-listed for a Best Production Off West End Award in 2014, Karagula is certain to be another ground-breaking piece of British theatre.

Karagula is on from Friday 10 June – Saturday 9 July in a secret London location. Book your tickets now here.