After enjoying an extremely successful run at the Swan Theatre in Stratford Upon Avon, a Museum in Baghdad transfers to the Kiln Theatre, London from 22 May- 23 April. A play which challenges negative stereotypes about Arab culture, particularly regarding female characters, a Museum In Baghdad is not to be missed!
A Museum in Baghdad follows the story of two women, Gertrude Bell, an archaeologist opening a Museum in Baghdad, and Ghalia Hussein, who in 2006, is dedicated to re-opening the museum after it has been bombed during the war. While the two women’s lives are happening years apart, they are both on a mission to promote unification and peace during troubled times.
Co-produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and playwright Hannah Khalil, a Museum in Baghdad stars Emma Fielding (Measure On Measure) and Rendah Heywood (EastEnders, Holby City). Grab your tickets now to see an insightlful and orginal new theatrical production!
Running time: 2 hours 46 minutes
Tickets from: £18
Recommended age: 14+
Venue: the Kiln Theatre
269 Kilburn High Rd, Kilburn, London NW6 7JR, Reino Unido, London1
Thursday, 21 May
Friday, 22 May
Saturday, 23 May