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Zadie Smith White Teeth Stage Adaption at Kiln Kilburn Theatre

Zadie Smith White Teeth Stage Adaption at Kiln Kilburn Theatre

Writer Zadie Smith’s award winning book “White Teeth” has been adapted for the stage. Coinciding with the re-opening of the London’s Tricycle which is now called Kiln-Kilburn which has now undergone a full refurbishment and has been re-named.  The opening year of work includes six premieres from leading writers across the globe and a major musical revival. Over 10,000 tickets across the season at £12.50 or under.

In 2000 Smith’s novel “White Teeth” was part of a publishing bidding war and it went on to win an array of awards, shooting the then young writer into the public eye.

The Story: Rosie Jones, the Iqbal twins, their parents, their grandparents, Mad Mary and an avalanche of other characters who make up the everyday chaos of Kilburn High Road come together in an extraordinary revelry of NW6. An epic comedy with music and dance, this theatrical rollercoaster takes us on a fast-paced journey through history, different cultures and chance encounters.

Director Indhu Rubasingham and playwright Stephen Sharkey work together to produce this musical on British identity. We are biting our teeth with excitement for opening night.

What and Where: WHITE TEETH, Kiln Theatre 269 Kilburn High street NW6 7RJ Date: 26 Oct 18 – 22 Dec 18, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

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