BOLDtalks is proud to host this London West End play inspired by the life and times of Khalil Gibran, the third best selling poet of all time. Gibran’s most famous book, 'The Prophet', has sold over 140 million copies across the world and has been translated in forty different languages.
This generous, funny and moving new play by acclaimed writer and actor Nadim Sawalha celebrates the Arab sense of humour and family warmth through the relationship of Khalil Gibran and his sister Myranna as they struggle to adapt to life in America.
Memories of childhood and his own spiritual awakening in Mount Lebanon are juxtaposed with the everyday bustle and music of the Lebanese enclave of Chinatown, Boston. The experience of dislocation and the yearning for a new life are vividly realized in this staging directed by award winning director Tanushka Marah.
With original sound-score from composer Jules Deering, this production boasts stunning visuals, live music and electric performances from a seven strong cast.
Ticket Charges : AED 195 – balcony, AED 250 – regular, AED 500 – VIP