Written and directed by Mohamed El Khatib | In French with English surtitles
Mohamed El Khatib is the revelation of last year’s Avignon Festival and is now acclaimed as one of the leading voices in French contemporary theatre. From interviews, emails, texts messages, and other administrative documents, the author (re)constructs – alone on the stage – the story of grief of his mother’s death. Centred on the notion of the writing of the intimate, this creation attempts to explore the modalities of dialogue emerging from the notion of debris: debris of a relationship, of a story, of a landscape, of a mother tongue, of theatrical language; and debris of writing.
£16 – £22 | booking: www.the-print-room.org
Venue: Print Room at the Coronet
103 Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3LB
As part of the Institut français’s Theatre series.