HAMPSTEAD DOWNSTAIRS / CELIA ATKIN PRESENT
By Mufaro Makubika
Directed by Monique Touko
Have you ever felt, like, lost. And then something pulls you, finds you, calls you. Like it’s been looking for you? Only you alone
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17 Sep - 30 Oct 2021
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Public Booking is now open. Early booking is advised. This production has limited seating capacity due to social distancing measures.
For Faith and her teenage daughter Hope, it seems as though growing up inevitably means growing apart. So Faith makes the drastic decision to move the family back to her native Zimbabwe to start over. It’s home for her but not for Hope – at least, not on the surface... Will the powers that have drawn them back to their roots help them find each other - and themselves?
Mufaro Makubika’s new play - delicate, witty and epic in equal measure - travels from Nottingham to Zimbabwe to explore a mother and daughter’s search for belonging, their struggle with a multicultural heritage, and a haunting history that cannot be ignored.
Malindadzimu is Makubika’s second play following his critically acclaimed Shebeen (Nottingham Playhouse/Theatre Royal Stratford East), which won the 2017 Alfred Fagon Award for Best New Play. Monique Touko makes her professional directing debut.
Cast to be announced.
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In the event of Malindadzimu being postponed, you can choose between a full refund or credit to be used for any show at Hampstead.
As always, our audience, company and staff are our top priority. In the interest of everyone’s safety and comfort, Malindadzimu will be socially distanced with reduced seating capacity throughout its entire run. The show will remain this way, as originally sold.
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Hampstead Theatre announces two new shows for Autumn 2021: Shelagh Stephenson's The Memory of Water, directed by Alice Hamilton, on the Main Stage and the World Premiere of Malindadzimu, directed by Monique Touko, Downstairs.
First five performances: All tickets £5
Performances thereafter: £20
Seniors*: £10 (matinee only)
Under 30s and Students: £10
KEEPING YOU SAFE AT HAMPSTEAD
REDUCED AUDIENCE CAPACITY
FACE MASKS REQUIRED
STATE OF THE ART VENTILATION
HAND SANITIZING STATIONS