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A vital part of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, playwright Athol Fugard's prolific career spans seven decades.
His work includes The Island, The Road to Mecca and "Master Harold" … and the Boys.
Post-show talks Thu 14 March 7.30pm & Thu 28 March 2.30pm
One fine day, you wait and see.
We'll pack our things in something and get the hell out of here.
It's been a year since Morrie returned to Port Elizabeth to live with his brother Zach.
They share childhood memories of their mother, yet have wildly contrasting life experiences due to their different fathers.
Morrie wants to take them away from their township shack, buy a small farm and make a new life.
To take their minds off the struggle, they decide Zach needs a pen pal.
But who should it be?
An innocent game can quickly go wrong ...
As things get complicated, the stakes rise: can they free themselves from the enduring prejudices provoked by the different shades of their skin?
We're tied together.
It's what they call the blood knot ... the bond between brothers.
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Richmond TW9 2SA
Performance days & times
Monday ‑ 7‑30pm
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm (7pm 12 Mar)
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday - 2-30pm
Saturday - 2-30pm
A limited number of tickets at £19 are available for all performances for over 65s, students, recipients of state benefit and members of theatre unions and guilds on presentation of proof.
A limited number of under 30s £12.50 tickets are available for all performances. Proof of ages must be shown when collecting tickets.
£15 tickets available for disabled patrons plus one escort at the same rate on all performances.
£12 tickets available for blind or partially sighted patrons and an escort at the same price for audio described performances.
£12 tickets for deaf or partially hearing patrons at Captioned performances.
Audio‑described performances Tue 9 April 7.30pm & Sat 13 April 7.30pm
Stagetext Captioned performance Wed 17 April 7.30pm
Author: Athol Fugard