By Franz Kafka
Adapted by Howard Colyer

presented by Triple Jump Productions
directed by Saul Reid

performed by Brendan O’Rourke

“Someone must have maligned Joseph K. because he was arrested one morning without having done anything wrong.”

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Resident writer at the Jack Studio Colyer scores another hit with this latest adaptation ★★★★ London Pub Theatres

O’ Rouke is an absolute genius and performs Joseph K., and indeed the other characters, superbly by maintaining the seriousness but still managing to add snippets of hilarity. His switching into the two arresting officers, sometimes at great speed, is fantastic and his physicality of the woman in the courthouse is hilarious. ★★★★ Everything Theatre

Saul Reid directs Colyer’s cleverly adapted monologue, ensuring it maintains pacey and compelling. Equally O’Rourke gives a strong performance as Joseph K. injecting personality into his characters to ensure the sixty minutes remain engaging. The stripped back quality of both set and style certainly allows the text to shine and Triple Jump productions offer an intriguing and credible adaptation. The Bardette

an engrossing hour in the theatre Reviewsgate