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Performance

VenueBirmingham Repertory Theatre
Other spaces: The Door
TownBirmingham
CountyWest Midlands
From20th October 2000
Opened24th October 2000
To11th November 2000
WhenMon-Thurs/Sat 19:15, Fri 18:00 and 20:00, Mat 14:00 or 14:15 (Oct 26, Nov 2, 4, 9)
What is currently on at Birmingham Repertory Theatre (V143)

The Ramayana

T1000523252
A beautiful and uplifting tale of romance and high adventure, recounting the odyssey of Rama, a great King of ancient India. Cherished throughout India and Asia for millennia, The Ramayana (The Journey of Rama) has been faithfully preserved and passed on in various forms of popular expression, epic poems, folk tales, music, dance, drama, puppet shows, sculpture, painting, even films and comic books. Its story and characters have captured the hearts and minds of countless generations.

Archive :: production:T1000523252, play:S525668511, venue:V143

Production details

This is The Rep's millennium project for the city's Forward Festival, celebrating the multi-ethnic community of Birmingham. Main House

Special Performances


  • 27 Oct 00 Sign Interpreted

Reviews

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Company

Author Peter Oswald
Company Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company
Director Indhu Rubasingham
Design Ultz
Lighting Jo Joelson
Sound Ian Roberts
Choreographer Piali Ray
Performer Gerald Kyd
Performer Ayesha Dharker
Performer Jimmy Akingbola
Performer Charlotte Bicknell
Performer Vincent Ebrahim
Performer George Eggay
Performer Andrew French
Performer Enoch Frost
Performer Saul Jaffe
Performer Arif Javid
Performer Pooja Kumar
Performer Inika Leigh Wright
Performer Guy Rhys
Performer Eugene Salleh
Performer Paul Sharma
Performer Danny Scheinmann
Performer Thushani Weerasekera
Performer Miltos Yerolemou
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