WHEN THE CROWS VISIT
23 Oct - 30 Nov 2019
Kiln Theatre presents
WHEN THE CROWS VISIT
by Anupama Chandrasekhar
…and all the sins of his father and his forefathers came out of his body, through the pores of his skin, in the form of crows.
When a son returns home after being accused of a violent crime, a mother is forced to confront the ghosts of her past when the crows visit.
Inspired by true events in modern-day India, Anupama Chandrasekhar explores the themes of Ibsen’s Ghosts and the cyclical nature of oppression in a dark and thrilling world premiere.
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23 Oct - 30 Nov 2019
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For Kiln Theatre/Tricycle Theatre: White Teeth.
Theatre includes: The Island Nation (Arcola Theatre); Arabian Nights, Othello, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (RSC); Anita and Me (Birmingham REP and Theatre Royal Stratford East); Dr Faustus (Bristol Old Vic); Bombay Dreams (West End and Broadway); The Ramayana (National Theatre/Birmingham REP)
Television includes: Indian Summers; Critical; The Indian Doctor; Little Crackers; Coronation Street; Doctor Who; Bodies; Waking the Dead; Life Isn’t All Ha Ha Hee Hee; A Mouthful of Sky
Film includes: Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones; Anita and Me; Arabian Nights; Red Alert: The War Within; Mad Sad & Bad; Loins of Punjab Presents; Outsourced; Colour Me Kubrick; The Mistress of Spices
Theatre includes: Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth, Coriolanus, Salome, Vice Versa, Always Orange, Fall of the Kingdom, Rise of the Foot Soldier (RSC); The Island Nation (Arcola Theatre); A Local Boy (The Arts Theatre); Dinner with Saddam (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Bureau of Lost Things (Theatre 503).
Television includes: Wanderlust; NW.
Bally received the ‘Ian Charleson Award’ in 2018 for his portrayal of Romeo in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of ‘Romeo & Juliet’.
Uma / Kavita
Theatre includes: Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth (RSC); Home Truths (Cardboard Citizens/ Bunker Theatre); Primetime (Royal Court); Diana of Dobsons (New Vic Theatre); Dara, Behind the Beautiful Flowers (National Theatre); Almost Near, Hurried Steps (The Finborough Theatre); Twelve (Kali Theatre); The Night and the Crescent Hare (Ankur Productions); Leon and the Place Between (Building Site Theatre Company/ The Unicorn); Crossed Keys (Eastern Angles); Invasion! (Tooting Arts Club); The House of Bilquis Bibi (Hampstead Theatre); Monster Under the Bed (Polka Theatre); Hearts and Mind (Khayaal Theatre); Au Revoir les Enfants (European Tour).
Television includes: Flowers; Black Mirror; Shut up and Dance; Doctors; Eastenders; Holby City; Hunted.
Film includes: Benjamin & Undercliff; Smear; The Long Weekend.
Gopi / Inspector
Kiln Theatre / Tricycle: Multitudes and Handbagged (also UK tour).
Tartuffe (RSC); Love, Bombs & Apples (The Kennedy Center, Washington DC, Potrero Stage, San Francisco, Arcola and UK Tour); A Passage To India (Simple8/Royal & Derngate/Park Theatre); The Hypocrite (RSC/Hull Truck); Snookered (Bush Theatre/Tamasha); Twelfth Night (National Theatre); The Snow Queen (Unicorn Theatre); Queen of the Nile (Hull Truck); Mixed Up North (Out Of Joint);Kabaddi Kabaddi Kabaddi (Arcola Theatre).
Television includes: Diana & I; Spooks; Doctor Who; The Dumping Ground; Doctors; Casualty; Dark Matters; Terry Pratchett’s ‘Going Postal’; Man Down; Stath Lets Flats; Bradford Riots.
Film includes: Love Type D.
His debut play as a writer; Combustion played at Tara Arts and at the Arcola theatre to fantastic reviews.
Theatre includes: The Funeral Director (Southwark Playhouse & UK tour); The Tempest, Swallows and Amazons, Much ado About Nothing (Storyhouse/Grovesnor Park Rep Company); The Secret Seven (Storyhouse); Hijabi Monologues (Bush theatre); Devika, Ode to Leeds (West Yorkshire playhouse); Glasgow Girls (National Theatre of Scotland UK tour); Princess Scintilla (Nuffield Theatre, The Secret Garden (Royal Alexandra Theatre Toronto/Royal Festival Theatre Edinburgh); Twelve Kali Theatre (Watermans/ Birmingham MAC/ Rich Mix); Half and Half (Welsh Millennium Centre); The Rose and Bulbul ( Kaddam/Pulse Connects).
Television includes: Waterloo Road; Lawless-Drama Matters; Doctors; Crime Stories; Bollywood Carmen; Jamillah and Aladdin.
Trained at the Guildford School of Acting.
Paul G Raymond
Theatre includes: Pity (Royal Court)
Television includes: Black Mirror; Kiri; The Windsor’s.
Radio includes: Ladhood; Mr Muzak; Expenses Only.
Paul has written, directed and performed in a Sky Arts short Maathraboodham & Son. He has written for The Educatoror; Sorry I didn’t Know and Sketchtopia.
Soni Razdan trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Soni also directs and is currently developing a screen version of Manju Kapoor’s book Difficult Daughters, set around the time of Partition in India.
Theatre includes: The Collector (St Martin’s Theatre); Band Darwaze, Arms and the Man.
Television includes: Jesus of Nazareth; Padosi; Buniyaad; Aur Phir Ek Din; This Way Up; Good Karma Hospital.
Film includes: 36 Chowringhee Lane; Mandi; Saaransh; Khamosh; Such a Long Journey; Page 3; No Fathers in Kashmir; Yours Truly; Raazi.
Composers & Sound Designers
Ben & Max Ringham
DATES AND TICKET INFORMATION
23 – 28 October & Wednesday matinees
£10, £15, £21, £27.50
30 October – 30 November (excluding Wednesday matinees)
£12.50, £20, £26, £32.50
Wednesday & Saturday matinees (from 2 November): 2.30pm
Equity, Students and Unemployed
£2 off Band A and B on Mon – Thu Performances
Brent & Camden Residents
£2 off Bands A, B and C on all performances
£2 off Band A and B on Mon – Wed Matinee Performances
£2 off all price bands on Mon – Thu Performances
Audio Described: 14 November 2019
Captioned: 21 November 2019
Pre-show touch-tour before the Audio Described performance on 14 November at 6pm
13 November 2019 | Discussion and audience Q&A chaired by feminist activist and entrepreneur Samantha Roddick. Panelists include FGM activist Nimco Ali, Kiln Theatre Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham and Bollywood actress Soni Razdan.
26 November 2019 | Line up to be confirmed