Noor, A True Story Of Liberté


A true story of Liberté, a new devised family show about an inspiring historical heroine: Noor-un-Nisa Inayat Khan. In WW2, she was a secret agent and a super heroin undercover.
Noor, A True Story Of Liberté at Tristan Bates Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Tristan Bates Theatre
Festival:A Piece Of The Continent
Started: Tuesday 16 April 2019
Closed: Saturday 20 April 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

Background


The show has been developed by Nadia Nadif, the RAF Museum and Exchange Theatre.


This is the world premiere of a brand new devised play, just a couple of weeks after an artist development programme residency at ArtsDepot supported by Arts Council England and Unity Theatre Trust and another research period at Out of Joint.


Exchange Theatre was founded in the ideal of a popular theatre and culture for all, their work is based on diversity at its core and made for diverse people, crossing class, cultural and geographical borders.


They now translate and present classics simultaneously in French and English with bilingual artists or create new works centered around the idea of fluid identities and multilingualism.


They produce an annual Festival where they bring the local and french communities together around cultural events.


Synopsis


The story of how a multi-cultural spy helped shape the world.


Exchange Theatre presents Noor, a true story of Liberté, a new devised family show about an inspiring historical heroine: Noor-un-Nisa Inayat Khan.


In WW2, she was a secret agent and a super heroin undercover: the first female radio operator to be sent from London to serve the French Resistance in Paris.


The story, like a cluedo for the whole family, explores the many layers of her heroism and brings to the public eye the life of an extraordinary French-British-Indian Muslim woman, who found the courage to die fighting against narrow-minded fascism, with the strength and wisdom rooted in her own fascinating multiple identity.


Investigating through many characters and perspectives how her story was told by India, France or the Uk, the company brings together a diverse cast and several languages in the world premiere of a brand new multimedia play about history and identity.


Come and find out how a mega multi-cultural spy helped shape the world.


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Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 16 April 2019

Closes:Saturday 20 April 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 6‑15pm

Wednesday ‑ 6‑15pm

Thursday ‑ 6‑15pm

Friday ‑ 6‑15pm

Saturday ‑ 6‑15pm


Matinee:
Saturday - 2-30pm

Tickets


Standard:
£13

Concessions:
£11

Cast


Fanny Dulin

David Furlong

Nadia Nadif


Creatives


Author: Devised by Fanny Dulin, David Furlong & Nadia Nadif
Production: Exchange Theatre

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