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Katori Hall’s Our Lady of Kibeho tickets Stratford East available now!
When a show is associated with Katori Hall tickets are always in high demand and for good reason. Our Lady of Kibeho is coming to the Theatre Royal Stratford East for its London premiere. This extremely limited 6-week run is sure to sell out so you’ll want to get your tickets as soon as possible.
What is Our Lady of Kibeho about?
In the early 1980s at Kibeho College in Rwanda, a young woman said she saw a vision of the Virgin Mary. The vision warned her that something horribly unimaginable was coming. Rwanda was going to become hell on earth. Her vision was ignored by her friends and brought a rebuke from her school, but then another student had the vision, and another and suddenly the impossible seemed to be true.
Katori Hall’s Our Lady Of Kibeho presents us with a haunting look at these true-life events that held the world’s attention. This vibrant theatrical meditation on faith and everyday miracles featuring moving original music sung live by an exceptional ensemble cast. The London premiere of Our Lady Of Kibeho is set to be an epic premiere that is not to be missed. This production reunites Royal & Derngate’s Artistic Director James Dacre with Katori Hall, following their collaboration on The Mountaintop.
Who is Katori Hall?
Katori Hall is an Olivier Award-winning playwright from Memphis, Tennessee and the showrunner of PUSSY VALLEY, a new television series based on her play of the same name. She also wrote the book for Tina, the hit West End musical based on the life and catalogue of Tina Turner. Her play The Mountaintop won the Olivier Award for Best New Play in 2010. She has received numerous other awards including the Susan Smith Blackburn Award, two Lecompte du Nouy Prizes from Lincoln Center, Fellowship of Southern Writers Bryan Family Award in Drama, NYFA Fellowship, National Black Theatre's August Wilson Playwriting Award, and the Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award.
Our Lady of Kibeho Stratford East tickets on sale now!
Tickets for Our Lady of Kibeho are sure to be some of the most sought after of the year. Make sure to book your London Stratford East tickets to see Katori Hall’s Our Lady of Kibeho now to guarantee the best seats at the very best prices.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 35min (inc. interval)
Performance dates25 September – 02 November 2019
ContentThis production contains strobe lighting and flashing lights. Recommended for ages 12+.
AccessThere will be a BSL Performance Thursday 24 Oct, 7.30pm, a Captioned Performance Friday 25 Oct, 7.30pm and an Audio Described Performance Saturday 26 Oct, 2.30pm.
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Shirley Daley5th November
The actors were fantastic.
Daniel Gan Rong Yao3rd November
Moving, distraught and believable. Thank you for the very compelling show! Hope it meant as much to you as it did for me. What does it mean to believe?
4658 5813 4055 90183rd November
The seats aren’t comfortable it’s unfortunate
What a beautiful production. So funny in parts, but searingly sad in others. This play deserves a West End run.
James M Koshland2nd November
Great play. Seats were a little cramped
Ali Ben-hariz2nd November
Outstanding performance I have to say. Too my mrs out for her birthday and we both had an incredible time
Nayo Ruddock2nd November
Very engaging production, powerful acting and great humour!
Miss Boulton Roe1st November
This was an excellent piece of theatre. The set was beautiful, the music and live singing really ramped up the emotion and the acting was superb. Funny, touching, engrossing and beautiful. See this show!
JOHN SINGLETON1st November
The play was intriguing, challenging, funny (in places) and left you thinking. Well worth seeing.
Kapsa Fohtung1st November
Great performance. Thank you.
JANET G1st November
Whether you are a Christian, a Catholic, a 'believer' or 'non-believer', this production has a very poignant message and a story that cannot be ignored. Very beautifully delivered with some light-hearted touches. A very enjoyable performance
Priscilla Shote31st October
It was great and so relatable being a catholic that loves Mama Mary.