Many Rivers Crossed extended
Monday 23 July 2018
Drama - London Fringe - Shows
New one-man play, Many Rivers Crossed, written and directed by Richard Canal and performed by Emeson Nwolie, gets an additional run at The Cockpit Theatre this September.
Image: Richard Canal
A new one-man play, Many Rivers Crossed, written and directed by Richard Canal (Cry, Blueberry) and performed by Emeson Nwolie (Paddington 2, Guardians of the Galaxy) examines guilt and violence in this piece about the infamous Angolan dictator Jonas Savimbi, delving deeply into a culture rarely seen on the UK stage.
The show will be at the Landor Space from 5 to 11 September 2018, but has now extended with additional dates at The Cockpit Theatre from 18 to 23 September.
Here's the trailer ...
About the creatives
Richard Canal is a theatre practitioner from Spain and the United States.
Richard has a BA in Human Rights and an MSc in Violence, Conflict and Development, and focuses on theatre for reconciliation.
Emeson Nwolie is a British-Nigerian singer-songwriter, actor, producer, remixer and writer with extensive film experience in movies such as Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Assassin's Creed, Doctor Strange, Jason Bourne, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Guardians of the Galaxy.
Writer/Director - Richard Canal
Co-director - George Goodell
70 Landor Road
London SW9 9PH
London NW8 8EH
September 5th - 11th, Landor Space at 7-30pm and 2-30pm Sunday
September 18th - 23rd, The Cockpit at 7-30pm and 2-30pm Sunday
Running time: 90 mins
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