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|Venue||Lyttelton (National Theatre)|
|Other spaces: Lyttelton Loft|
|From||24th January 2000|
|Opened||26th January 2000|
|To||6th May 2000|
|When||Apr 14,,17,18,25,26, May 3,4,5,6 at 19:30, Apr 15,19,27, May 6 at 14:15 and 19:30|
|What is currently on at Lyttelton (National Theatre) (V374)|
Set in the notorious Robben Island prison, The Island
is a tribute to the men and women who, with indomitable courage and a longing for freedom, were imprisoned for taking part in the fight for a free and democratic South Africa. Following its premiere in 1973, the play toured internationally and was received with enormous acclaim, including Tony Awards for the two actors.
Archive :: production:T2024492644, play:S3748, venue:V374
Running time 1 hour 30 minutes. The same production that visited Peter Brook's Bouffes du Nord in Paris and the Stockholm Stadsteater in 1999 now comes to the National for a limited run - the last time Kani and Ntshona will perform The Island
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