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Our Lady of Kibeho Tickets

Our Lady of Kibeho Tickets

London
25 Sep 2019 - 2 Nov 2019

Our Lady of Kibeho Information

In 1981 at Kibeho College in Rwanda, a young girl claimed to have seen a vision of the Virgin Mary who warned her of the unimaginable: Rwanda becoming hell on earth. She was ignored by her friends and scolded by her school but then another student saw the vision, and another, and the impossible appeared to be true. 

Katori Hall's Our Lady Of Kibeho presents us with a haunting insight into the true events that captured the world's attention.

A vibrantly theatrical meditation on faith and everyday miracles, it was hailed "the most important play of the year" by The Wall Street Journal when it premiered in New York in 2014. It is directed by Royal & Derngate Artistic Director James Dacre, who premiered Katori Hall's The Mountaintop which won the Olivier Award for Best New Play in 2010. Featuring stirring original music, the London premiere of Our Lady Of Kibeho promises to be an epic event.

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Run time

2hrs 35mins (inc. interval)

Opening date

September 25th, 2019

Closing date

November 2nd, 2019

Venue

Theatre Royal Stratford East

Age

Sutitable for Ages 12+

Cast and creative

By: Katori Hall
Songs by: Orlando Gough
Director: James Dacre
Cast list: Michelle Asante, Aretha Ayeh, Michaela Blackburn, Pérola Congo, Ewart James Walters, Pepter Lunkuse, Michael Mears, Taz Munya, Rima Nsubuga, Ery Nzaramba, Liyah Summers, Leo Wringer, Mitchell Zhangazha
Design: Jonathan Fensom
Lighting: Charles Balfour
Choreography: Diane Alison-Mitchell
Sound: Claire Windsor

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