A car has exploded. A city is now crippled by fear. Amor walks the streets, doing his best to blend in. For twenty-four, intense hours we walk with him, as the lines between criminal and victim, fantasy and reality become blurred.
What do you do, walking around your own city the day after a terrorist attack, when everyone thinks you look like a terrorist?
I Call My Brothers is a funny, frenzied look at our prejudices toward other people. Directed by Tinuke Craig (dirty butterfly, Young Vic) in her Gate Theatre debut.
Running time: 1 hour 20 minutes.
Due to the exciting and radical set design of this production, a third of the auditorium will be in standing positions with the option to lean as required. If you require a seat, please just talk to our Front of House staff on your way in.
We recommend that our shows are suitable for those aged 14 and over, but leave it to parents' or guardians' discretion. If you have any questions, please call our box office.
Photo credit: Jon DeBoer
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