THE SEVEN AGES OF PATIENCE

Kiln Theatre presents

The Seven Ages of Patience

a Community Play by Chinonyerem Odimba

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The Seven Ages of Patience is an epic, contemporary myth that spans eight decades of one woman’s life, as she experiences pivotal moments which have defined modern Brent, and British society.

Written by Chinonyerem Odimba and directed by Katie Posner, this new play for the community sets out to prove that, despite experiencing times of adversity and intolerance, ordinary people can have an extraordinary impact.

Starring over 100 performers (aged from 11-77 years old!), this production features a non-professional cast of volunteers from Brent and the local area.

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CREATIVE TEAM

Chinonyerem Odimba

Writer

Katie Posner

Director

Lily Arnold

Designer

Zoe Spurr

Lighting Designer

Ben & Max Ringham

Composers & Sound Designers

Candida Caldicot

Music Director

Vicki Igbokwe

Movement Director

Sarah Dickenson

Dramaturg

Scott Le Crass

Associate Director

Gabrielle Nimo

Assistant Director

USEFUL INFORMATION

How much are tickets?

All tickets are free. If you would like to make a contribution to support the production, you can donate when you check out.

Why can I only book 4 tickets?

You may only book four tickets at a time so that we can make sure everyone has a chance of getting tickets to the performance they want. If you want more tickets, we recommend you book again using another email address.

I want to return my tickets as I can no longer go.

Please email boxofficemanager@kilntheatre.com with your full name and booking details and we will release your tickets

The show is sold out but I need to go, how do I get a ticket?

We advise people to come on the day of the performance.  We will operate a returns queue and will hopefully be able to get you into the performance of your choice.

What is the age recommendation?

11+

I have access needs.

Please visit our Access Page or call us on 020 7625 0138 for more information.

Free & Fun Community Day!

Join us from 10am on Saturday 28 September for free activities for children, workshops, a free family screening in the cinema and an exhibition.

This production is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Amal (a Saïd Foundation programme).