I’ve spent so much of my life wondering…passing people on the street… and now, yeah… you’re here
When Tom and Samad meet for the first time, they are stunned by the similarities they share. In spite of Tom’s adoption and all the years spent apart, the two brothers are joined by an undeniable biological bond.
But as they become closer and their lives entangle, they realise that finding each other comes at a price.
A taut family drama about obsession, betrayal and the human need to belong, The Arrival is a World Premiere written and directed by Olivier Award-winning director Bijan Sheibani (Barber Shop Chronicles, The Brothers Size).
21 November - 18 JanuaryFrom £10
30 November and 7, 14, 21 December and 4, 11, 18 JanuaryFrom £10
4, 11, 18 December and 8, 15 JanuaryFrom £10
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Ask cast and creatives about the creation and performance of The Arrival after the show. Free to ticket holders on the night.
Tue 10 Dec 7.30pm
Sat 21 Dec 2.30pm
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