The Darkest Part of the Night deals with dark themes like discrimination and poverty. The show opens on the 14th of July and is only going to be performed for a limited one-month run at Kiln Theatre in London. Purchase The Darkest Part of the Night London tickets to experience this evocative play. Nancy Medina directs Zodwa Nyoni's riveting and poignant story and examines the intricacies and beauty of what it truly means to feel for one another. Nancy Medina has previously directed the renowned plays The Laramie Project and Trouble in Mind. Jean Chan is the set designer, Guy Hoare acts as the lighting designer and Elena Pea is the sound designer. Samantha Adams is the production drama therapist and Ingrid Mackinnon is the movement director. Briony Barnett Cdg is in charge of casting.
The show begins as Dwight and Shirley are preparing to bury their mother. As they work through this, they recall their childhoods in Chapeltown, Leeds, in the 1980s. Dwight was struggling to cope as a young black man who suffered from autism, and Shirley was fighting tooth and nail for her freedom, battling unreasonable expectations at home and in the classroom.
They grew up in a society where racial profiling, police violence, and poverty were commonplace. The struggle to stay alive tore apart their family. Now it is down to them as adults to cobble together their fractured memories and move ahead together.
Book your online tickets for The Darkest Part of the Night London and secure your seats now! Watch this adorable story unfold at the Kiln Theatre
Booking Period: From 14 July 2022 - 22 Jan 2023
Tickets cannot be refunded, amended or rescheduled.
The Kiln Theatre (previously the Tricycle Theatre) is a theatre in Kilburn, England, which is part of the London Borough of Brent. The theatre opened in 1980 and has housed a diverse range of plays that reflect the region's diverse cultures, new writing, political work, and verbatim reconstructions of public hearings. It has a seating of 292.
Seating Capacity: 292
Address: 269 Kilburn High Rd, London NW6 7JR, United Kingdom
Tube: The nearest underground station is Kilburn (Jubilee Line). The nearest overground station is Brondesbury.
Bus: The theatre is quite well serviced by bus lines, including 16, 32, 98, 316, 328, 332, N16, N98
Available Facilities: Wheelchair accessible, Guide dogs allowed
Accessibility: Kiln Theatre strives to make it an amazing experience for people with visual, physical, and auditory impairments.
Outside Food :No outside food or beverage is allowed on the premises without medical reasons.
The best way to buy cheap or discounted The Darkest Part of the Night London Tickets is to book them online as you will often come across attractive discounts. Book your The Darkest Part of the Night London Tickets in advance as they tend to get more expensive closer to the show date.
You can easily buy last-minute The Darkest Part of the Night London Tickets at www.london-theater-tickets.com. You can even visit the TKTS booth at Leicester Square to procure cheap and last-minute The Darkest Part of the Night London Tickets. However, the only way to purchase The Darkest Part of the Night London Tickets at the TKTS booth is in person so be prepared for long queues.
Booking The Darkest Part of the Night London Tickets online will give you the opportunity to select your specific seats, thus, ensuring you do not get stuck with partial view seating. But if you try your luck with lottery tickets, or purchase day seats, your seats will be allocated at the discretion of the Box Office, which can potentially mean partial view seating or split seats.
The Darkest Part of the Night London opens 14 July 2022 at Kiln Theatre.
The Darkest Part of the Night is a show about the human struggle with poverty, grief, and discrimination.
The Darkest Part of the Night London is recommended for 12+ audience
The Darkest Part of the Night London is playing at Kiln Theatre and opens on 14 July 2022
If your child is above the age of 5, you do need to purchase a The Darkest Part of the Night London ticket for your child
Generally, children above 5 years are expected to pay full price for a West End theatre ticket. However, Kids Week, which is an annual event during the summer, lets you purchase theatre tickets for children under 16 at half price as long as they are accompanied by two adults.
The running time of The Darkest Part of the Night London is yet to be confirmed
There is no specific dress code at West End. However, it is prudent to dress in semi casuals or smart casuals and something comfortable. Carry a light sweater or a jacket as the theatre can get a bit chilly.
No, outside food is not allowed while attending The Darkest Part of the Night London . Most theatres do have a cafeteria or bar inside the premises where you can get snacks and drinks.
Kiln Theatre has multiple facilities including Accessible toilets, Accessible performances, Baby changing facilities for the audiences during the The Darkest Part of the Night London
Photography, videography, and sound recording are prohibited inside the theatre. Some theatres do have a souvenir shop from where you can purchase pictures of stills of the show.
Happy customers across 10,000+ experiences
5,000+ verified reviews with 90% excellent score
All the outdoor activities are 100% safe and secure
Have a question? Live chat with local experts anywhere, amytime