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Hijabi Monologues

A Bush Theatre production licensed by Hijabi Monologues USA
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28 Sep to 30 Sep

Experience the diverse stories of Muslim women from all over the world – unfiltered and uncensored.

Hijabi Monologues London is part of an international project focusing on the real-life experiences of both local and international Muslim women.  In a similar style to Black Lives, Black Words at the Bush Theatre earlier this year, Hijabi Monologues features interweaving stories from our doorstep as well as experiences of Muslim women in other parts of the world.

Directed by Milli Bhatia, the evening will include existing monologues penned for this international project by women including original writer Sahar Ullah and new works from members of the Bush Theatre’s immediate community totalling over 10 UK premieres.

Supported by Amal – A Said Foundation Project, British Council and Safera Foundation.

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Dates

28 September - 30 SeptemberFrom £10

  • Senior Citizen: From £10
  • Adult: From £10
  • Unemployed (ID Required): From £10
  • Disabled: From £10
  • Bush Connect (Student/Under 26): From £10
  • Wheelchair: From £17.50

Saturday Matinees

30 SeptemberFrom £10

  • Senior Citizen: From £10
  • Adult: From £10
  • Unemployed (ID Required): From £10
  • Disabled: From £10
  • Bush Connect (Student/Under 26): From £10
  • Wheelchair: From £17.50

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Captioned performance

Fri 29 Sep, 7.30pm


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