Behna, by Kali Theatre, is a unique theatre production taking part in several houses across the Black Country. As guests arrive for an Indian wedding, truths are told and secrets are uncovered between two generations of sisters.
Behna, is a play based in a Punjabi household set the day before a Indian family wedding. As the guests are busy eating, singing and dancing, tension is brewing in the kitchen.
Truths are told and secrets unfold between two generations of sisters.
Having been described by The Guardian as 'the most inventive piece of theatre I've seen this year, much is anticipated of this intriguing and site specific production. Fast-paced, funny and moving, Behna looks through the keyhole of a family home to reveal secrets and lies.
After the success of Behna in Birmingham, the unique production will be heading to the kitchen of a house in West Bromwich in March and April, creating a unique, intimate and lively piece of theatre. The full venue address will be revealed once a ticket has been purchased.
The play begins at 7.30pm (except on Sundays when it begins at 5.30pm). On Thursdays there is a matinee performance at 2.30pm. Please arrive 20 minutes before the play begins.
Tickets have to be bought in advance and can't be bought on the door.
Those who can't make the show can watch it streamed live on The Public's website on Friday 8 April.
Behna is suitable for ages 13+ only.
22 March - 15 April 2011
Tuesday - Friday, 7.30pm start
Thursday. 2.30pm start and 7.30pm start
Sunday. 5.30pm start
*please arrive 20 minutes before the performance begins* The performance lasts 1hr 15 mins
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