Theatres and the coronavirus outbreak
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Some smaller theatres have already made plans to reopen, though this does not apply yet to all venues.
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Playing until 10 Jul 2021
Image courtesy Almeida Theatre
"I was a bunch of O's as if I was giving birth to this grief"
Though we sense the moods of those closest to us in breaths, are we really listening?
We think we are, and later we realise that we never heard a thing.
Centring on the loss of a beloved matriarch, and breathe...
explores family relationships, bonding and culture.
This deeply personal and poetic play tackles the unspoken, between what we leave unsaid to protect each other and how we internalise the world.
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Age suitability: Not available
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London N1 1TA
Performance days & times
Wed matinees 3.30pm from 23 Jun
Sat matinees 3.30pm from 3 Jul
Wed 16 Jun - Sat 10 Jul
£10, £20, £30
Captioned performance ‑ Thu 1 Jul 7.30pm
Audio Described performance by VocalEyes ‑ Sat 3 Jul 3.30pm
Author: Yomi Ṣode
Composer: Femi Temowo
Director: Miranda Cromwell
Designer: Miriam Buether (design consultant)
Costume designer: Claire Wardroper
Lighting: Paule Constable
Sound: Tony Gayle
Video designer: Ravi Deepres