From Kabul to Kunduz

08 May 2018

London

As part of Kali Theatre's War Plays Season - staged readings of 7 compelling new plays inspired by women’s experiences of global conflict spanning Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Iraq, Tibet, Bangladesh and occupied France.

To mark the 70th year since the ground-breaking Universal Declaration of Human Rights following the end of the Second World War, some of the best and most original voices in new theatre writing tell contemporary stories of courage, hope and determination amid the chaos, suspicion and displacement of war.

 

FROM KABUL TO KUNDUZ 

Writer Rukhsana Ahmad
Director Helena Bell 

Determined to reconnect with his past and obsessed with memories of his long-lost brother, young Afghan refugee Saeed Khattak ventures from London to Kabul.  He is soon caught up in the paranoia, suspicion and violence of contemporary Afghanistan.  Forced to travel from Kabul to Kunduz he must face up to the realities of a changed world.

Dates: 8 May and 12 May

Time: 19:30

Location: Tristan Bates Theatre, 1A Tower St, Covent Garden, WC2H 9NP

Tickets: £12/£10 Concs.

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