Arabian Nights

Hoxton Hall, London.

Arabian Nights

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Ground Floor

Ticket Type Cost (face value) ? Quantity
Band C - Young Person's Ticket £7.48 (£6.50)
Band B - Young Person's Ticket £12.08 (£10.50)
Band C - Preview Tickets £13.23 (£11.50)
Band A - Young Person's Ticket £14.38 (£12.50)
Band B - Preview Tickets £17.83 (£15.50)
Band A - Preview Tickets £20.13 (£17.50)

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Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes

  • Booking Period: 12 September - 13 October 2018

    Age Restrictions: 11 for children but actively encourage young people above this age to attend.

    From Sinbad to Ali Baba, join us on a voyage of discovery through the greatest stories ever told, as the historic Hoxton Hall is transformed into an opulent palace this autumn!

    A young servant girl, Dunzayad is to marry the powerful king Shahryar. But this isn't her husband-to-be's first wedding - every single night he marries a new girl, and every single morning he has her killed.

    As she steps up to take her marriage vows, her sister Sharazad can't stand aside and watch; defiantly facing danger, she bravely sacrifices herself in place of her sibling. With the feast drawing to a close and the end in sight, Sharazad starts to tell stories. And with every fantastical tale she stretches out the thread of their lives a little further, slowly but surely melting her new husband's stoney heart.

    Filled to the brim with music, puppetry and dance, Arabian Nights is the world premiere of a new play by Nessah Muthy, writer of The Host and Heorine. Based on the ancient library of texts, One Thousand and One Nights, it is a celebration of the artistic and cultural history of the ancient Middle Eastern world, with thousands of legends bounding across its pages.

    Blending tales from ancient Arabic, Jewish, Greek, Indian, Persian and Turkish cultures together alongside a broad range of musical and puppeteering disciplines, this new production stretches across both borders and genre in an evening of storytelling that weaves a tapestry into the future.

    VENUE: Hoxton Hall, 130 Hoxton St, London N1 6SH