The Aleph

Tue 5th – Sat 9th Feb 2013


“A team is thrown together to retrieve an object known as the Aleph from an enemy. They are warned never to open the mysterious case...”

Pumpkin Soup Productions


The Aleph, a mysterious object of unrivalled importance, is guarded deep within enemy territory. A team are sent to recover and protect it, but when they find themselves in isolation, conflicting desires and clashing personalities erode the group from within. Once the rule is broken, there's no going back.

Inspired by a short story by celebrated Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges, The Aleph is a new play written by Eli Keren, who has experience of the London stage and the Edinburgh Fringe, and produced by James Gandhi, himself a television and film actor. With mystery and tension from the outset, The Aleph bodes well to be one of the most impressive pieces of new drama in Oxford this year.

Showing at the Burton Taylor Studio at 7.30pm from Tuesday to Saturday of 4th week, 5th-9th February 2013.

Admission: £6(£5)

The Burton Taylor Studio

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