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In a luxurious bedroom, two maids fantasize about killing their employer, playing out dangerous and sadistic scenarios as they plan her violent death.
An intense psychological thriller, The Maids offers a vicious analysis of the class system and a provocative exploration of sexuality.
Jean Genet’s masterpiece The Maids has not been seen in the West End for twenty years. This contemporary adaptation by Benedict Andrews and Andrew Upton receives its UK premiere at the Trafalgar Studios, London, in February 2016.
This is a highly impressive, deeply political production of a lost landmark.
Jamie Lloyd's powerfully acted revival plunges wholeheartedly into the ripeness of this strange, sadomasochistic psychodrama but also gives it a new edge.
Macabre savagery meets existentialist thought in Jean Genet's hallucinatory vision.
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Faber Members Four Worlds poetry film featuring readings from Natalie Diaz, Barbara Kingsolver, Rowan Ricardo Phillips and Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe.
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Twice Booker Prize Winner, Peter Carey, takes questions from Faber Members across the world.
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The Waste Land, first published in the inaugural issue of The Criterion in October 1922, celebrates its centenary in 2022.
Faber presents a definitive insight into the ever-influential world of Mark E. Smith and the Fall, featuring never-before-published essays and …
Stories of radical empathy from a leading forensic psychiatrist: a timely and perspective-shattering work that gives profound insights into the …