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The Kiln Theatre (formerly The Tricycle Theatre), London4.516 reviews
Kiln Theatre presents When The Crows Visit by Anupama Chandrasekhar

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Anupama Chandrasekhar's bone-chilling and provocative new play When The Crows Visit makes its world premiere at London's Kiln Theatre, where it will play for a strictly limited season. Featuring heavy themes of domestic violence and both physical and mental abuse, the Off-West End theatre play serves as Chandrasekhar's captivating exploration into the cycles of oppressive relationships, adopting various subject matter from Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts. You'll be so invested in the show's plot, you won't be able to look away!

What is When The Crows Visit about?

...and all the immoral acts and wrongdoings of his father erupted from his body, seeping out the pores of his skin as pitch-black crows, harbingers of what's in store.

When a son comes home after being blamed for a bloody crime, his mother has no choice but to face the ghosts of her dark past. 

Riveting new play When The Crows Visit is inspired by real events that occurred in modern-day India.

When The Crows Visit cast at London's Kiln Theatre

Upcoming play When The Crows Visit stars highly prolific stage, television and film actress Ayesha Dharker (White Teeth at the KilnBombay Dreams, The Island Nation, RSC's Arabian Nights, Star Wars Episode II - Attack of the Clones) in the starring role as Hema.

Dharker is joined by 2018 Ian Charleson Award-winning actor Bally Gill (Royal Shakespeare Company's Romeo & Juliet) as Akshay, Mariam Haque (The House of Bilquis Bibi, Black Mirror) as Uma/Kavita, Asif Khan (RSC's Tartuffe) as Gopi/Inspector, Aryana Ramkhalawon (The Tempest) as Ragini, Paul G Raymond (Black Mirror, Pity at the Royal Court) as David, and Soni Razdan (The Collector at St Martin's Theatre) as Jaya.

When The Crows Visit creative team

The Kiln Theatre's When The Crows Visit is written by Anupama Chandrasekhar and directed by Indhu Rubasingham. The play features design by Richard Kent, lighting design by Oliver Fenwick, shadow puppetry direction and design by Matt Hutchinson, composition and sound design by Ben and Max Ringham, movement direction by Diane Alison Mitchell, voice and dialect coaching from Edda Sharpe, and casting direction by Briony Barnett.

Affordable tickets for When The Crows Visit at the Kiln Theatre in London

Don't miss out on cheap tickets for When The Crows Visit when the show visits the Kiln Theatre on 23 October for its London premiere, just in time for Halloween. The psychological thriller will have you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. Book your When The Crows Visit tickets early to secure the best seats in the house for the performance you wish to attend.


Additional Information

Age restriction

Suitable for ages 14+

Running time

To be confirmed.

Performance dates

23 October - 30 November 2019

Content

Contains strong language. Also contains references to sexual violence and domestic physical and emotional abuse, including verbal threats.

Special notes

There will be a post-show discussion on 13 November with feminist activist and entrepreneur Samantha Roddick. Panelists are to include Bollywood actress Soni Razdan, Kiln Theatre Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham, and FGM activist Nimco Ali.

Access

Audi-described performance on 14 November with pre-show touch tour from 6pm. Captioned performance on 21 November.

Venue Information

The Kiln Theatre (formerly The Tricycle Theatre)269 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7JR

Customer Reviews

16 reviews4.5

Morium7th December

Amazing production and was just left with so many thoughts about the subject matter. Well done to all the cast!

Britta Stephan2nd December

Funny, harrowing and anything in between. Highly recommended.

Kia Brame2nd December

It was a great show with an excellent plot twist. But in areas it was lacking pace, and there was too much shouting in certain parts, especially between the two mother's. The scene would've been more effective if there was less loud shouting.

Keya Desai1st December

Brilliant script, performed well supported by effective set design. Soni Razdan's performance was on point.

kavita bhardwaj28th November

Certain actors dialogues were not very clear Missed what they said quite a bit. Not sure it was due to sound issues but it certainly needs looking into.

Raksha Sumaria28th November

It was a very powerful play. Good acting, this play is not for the faint hearted. It left me disturbed.

Vasika Madhaparia28th November

Really nice venue

Mrs B Yogasakaran26th November

Excellent play depicting life in India generations gone. Highlighting current issues of rape and murder repeating itself.And how rich and influential families get away from murder charges. All the actors did their part well. Particularly the newcomer Paul.

Rohan gardiner24th November

Absolutely outstanding loved it

Neela Patel21st November

Wonderful show only regret no introduction of cast in the end. I have already recommended to friends.

Sue21st November

It was a show that touched the real issues and was acted very well by all.

Ramandeep Chawla17th November

Very poignant and highly impactful. Loved it.