THE KITE RUNNER
on Tuesday 25 July 2017, 19:30 evening performance
£16 The Playhouse Theatre
Giles Croft’s production of Khaled Hosseini’s award-winning novel The Kite Runner returns to London, following an acclaimed run at Wyndham’s Theatre, the production moves into the Playhouse Theatre for a second West End run.
The Kite Runner is the tale of childhood friends Hassan and Amir, who are ripped apart as a violent war engulfs Afghanistan. When the pair attend a kite flying tournament, a horrifying incident shatters their lives forever, bringing in to question their inseparable friendship.
The Kite Runner has had international success . In 2007, the story was adapted into an award-winning film, before later becoming an award-winning play. A powerful story of human emotion, the importance of family and the effects of war.
Tickets are limited, and priced at £16 each. If you would like to book tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org your name, full address and the number of tickets you require.
Summer Garden Party
In May, you will receive your email invitation to our Summer Garden Party.
It will be held on the evening of 30th June 2017, and is free for residents.
Full details will be included with your invitation.
This is always a very popular event, and we look forward to seeing as many of you there as possibl
The Zebra office will closed for the bank holiday on Monday 1st May. The office will re-open at 9.30am on Tuesday 2nd May.
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