The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner

04 May - 09 May 2020

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Mon 4 May
7:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
  • Concessions Available
  • Friends' Discount
Tue 5 May
7:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
  • Concessions Available
Wed 6 May
7:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
  • Concessions Available
Thu 7 May
2:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
  • Concessions Available
7:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
  • Concessions Available
Fri 8 May
7:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
Sat 9 May
2:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
  • Concessions Available
7:30 pm
£16.00 - £28.00
The Kite Runner

"There is a way to be good again"

The Kite Runner, an outstanding and unforgettable theatrical tour de force comes to Theatre Royal Plymouth.

Based on Khaled Hosseini’s international bestselling novel, this haunting tale of friendship spans cultures and continents and follows one man’s journey to confront his past and find redemption.

Afghanistan is a country on the verge of war and best friends are about to be torn apart. It’s a beautiful afternoon in Kabul, the skies are full of colour and the streets are full of the excitement of a kite flying tournament, but no one can foresee the terrible incident that will shatter their lives forever.

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Important information

Tickets:
From: £16.00

Concessions only:
From: £14.00

Running time:
2hrs 35mins (approx.)

Age guideline:
15+

Adapted by Matthew Spangler
Based on the novel by Khaled Hosseini
Directed by Giles Croft
Originally produced by Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse

★★★★★
The best page-to-stage show since War Horse…. a spellbinding production

The Stage

★★★★★
The Kite Runner is a truly contemporary cultural phenomenon…

The Sunday Express

★★★★
Just the ticket!

Metro

★★★★
An Afghan epic to remember

Libby Purves

Director Giles Croft delivers a coup….. an enthralling tale beautifully told

The Telegraph

The Kite Runner soars….Very moving – you would have to be made of stone not to be deeply affected…

The Independent

An unexpected delight…a charmer as well as heartbreaking

Mark Shenton (LondonTheatre)