The Legend of Hamba (23 - 26 June)
‘...A beguiling spectacle.’
In 1914 young Hamba sets off to war. He wins and loses empires, becomes a king, a beggar, a oligarch and a thief. But 100 years later he is no closer to home and his spirit lives on through a strange and powerful mask. The Legend of Hamba is a modern mystery play created by Tiata Fahodzi, Britain’s leading African theatre company. It is named after the word meaning ‘let’s go!’ in Ndebele, one of the three major languages of Zimbabwe, and its sense of urgency and perpetual forward motion sets the pace for this whirlwind of a contemporary fable. Told in a unique physical style by extraordinary looking characters who have landed from another world Hamba tells us the timeless story of winning, losing and surviving.
Also performing on Sun 22 June at Greenwich Fair
Commissioned by: Without Walls, Brighton Festival, Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, Hat Fair and Watford Palace Theatre.
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By Train: Stratford (Underground & Overground); Hackney Wick (Overground)
By DLR: Stratford
By Bus: 388, 308, 25, 69, 86, 97, 104, 108, 158, 238, 241, 257, 262, 276, 339, 425, 473, D8, N8, N86
By Car: Paid parking at Westfield Stratford City, Stratford International station and the Stratford Centre.
FREE (Limited Capacity)