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ALMEIDA THEATRE: EXCITING OFFER: WIN TICKETS to AND BREATHE… BY YOMI ṢODE

PARTNER PROMO: WIN TICKETS …AND BREATHE… BY YOMI ṢODE    

AND BREATHE…     BY YOMI ṢODE   DIRECTED BY MIRANDA CROMWELL     16 June – 10 July 2021     Centring on the loss of a beloved matriarch, and breathe…  tackles the unspoken, between what we leave unsaid to protect each other and how we internalise the world.      

Actor David Jonsson (BBC’s Industry) performs this World Premiere of Yomi Ṣode‘s deeply personal play about family relationships, bonding and culture. Directed by Olivier Award-winner Miranda Cromwell (Young Vic’s Death of a Salesman), and breathe… features music composed and performed live by Femi Temowo.       Yomi ode is a Nigerian British writer, performer, and facilitator. He is a recipient of the Jerwood Compton Poetry fellowship 2019 and was recently shortlisted for the Brunel International African Poetry Prize 2021. He has read his work internationally at various festivals and performed his debut solo show (COAT) to sold-out audiences. His debut poetry collection, Manorism will be published in spring 2022 by Penguin Press.    

IF YOU CAN’T WAIT TO SEE IF YOU HAVE WON YOU CAN BOOK TICKETS from £10

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CONCESSIONS   To ensure the Almeida is accessible to as many people as possible they run a number of concessions and discounts. Discounted tickets are available for this production for KeyworkersStudents, Unemployed, Under 30s, Over 65s & local residents/workers. Find out more here. ALMEIDA FOR FREE 
Sat 3 Jul

A free performance of and breathe… and all-day festival with free events for those aged 25 and under. Tickets go on sale at 5pm Thu 10 Jun.   

TO WIN AS ALWAYS IT IS SIMPLE: Enter now to win 2 tickets to AND BREATHE… AT THE ALMEIDA THEATRE IN LONDON : ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION :  WHAT IS THE  THE NAME OF THE DIRECTOR OF AND BREATHE….. ?

Email answer to: editor@alt-africa.com by June 16TH 5PM    WINNERS WILL BE SELECTED BY RANDOM AND NOTIFIED BY EMAIL BY THE ALMEIDA THEATRE.

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