Cry Havoc by Tom Coash (European premiere)

Park Theatre, 27 March - 20 April 2019

In present day Cairo, two men are forced to confront their cultural identities, traditions and a repressive government in a gripping search for love and faith. Cry Havoc is a passionate love story between a spirited young Egyptian and an idealistic British writer. Tom Coash’s poignant, intimate play explores the relationship between the Western world and the Islamic Middle East through the eyes of two people asking if love can bridge even the widest cultural divide.

Character breakdown

Mohammed El-Masri: male, Egyptian, 20’s. Born and raised in Cairo. Gay. A university graduate with a degree in British literature. Bright, spirited and full of life. Speaks fairly fluent English. Accent: Arabic-Egypt.


Studio rehearsals: 4th - 23rd March (Mon-Fri 10am-6pm & Sat 10am-1pm)

Tech and dress rehearsal: 25th - 27th March

Previews: 27th, 28th March

Press night: 29th March

Performances: 27th March - 20th April (Tues-Sat 7.45pm, Thurs & Sat 3.15pm)


Performance venue: Park Theatre (Park90), Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP

Rehearsal venue tbc

We offer a contract aligned to Equity/UK Commercial Theatre (Tier C).

Auditions will take place on Monday 14th January in London. Please send your application to

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