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The Seven Streams of the River Ota
Tracing survivors and their descendants across five decades, this giant theatrical journey through time and space explores the way in which a few kilograms of uranium falling on Japan changed the course of human history.
Archive :: production:T40467682, play:S4917, venue:V374
First staged at the National Theatre in 1996, Robert Lepage's masterpiece returns to London for just nine performances. Presented as part of a world tour, this new staging marks 75 years since the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima. The performance will last 7 hours and includes two intervals plus a 45-minute dinner break and two pauses. Dialogue is presented in English, French, German and Japanese with English subtitles.
- 21 Mar 20 Audio Described
- 22 Mar 20 Captioned
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