Following sell-out performances at The Etcetera Theatre and The Hen and Chickens, this highly entertaining, gritty new drama play, RAH transfers to The Hope Theatre for a one-week run.
An hour before Manal’s family come over for Iftar, she opens up to her white boyfriend about her identity crisis, honour killings, and the Twilight Saga.
Manal’s tough past and raw life events unravel as she prepares her Iftar meal funded by her benefit money. Mixed between Manal’s brutal truth and her wandering mind, RAH uses movement, skits and pure roast battle style comedy conversing with her white boyfriend.
RAH is semi-autobiographical and based on some real life feelings and events that the writer, Laila Latifa, has experienced. This play was written in memory of Amina and Sara Said, as well as Shafilea Ahmed, Honour killing victims who’s stories, sat close to home for Laila Latifa.
‘’This is a play for those seeking a performance with meaning and a message of hope and understanding of cross culture heritages. Highly entertaining throughout with good use of quips’’ - London Fringe Theatre Reviews
Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 19:45.
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance.
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.