Child friendly, mime, physical theatre, original soundtrack by Faz Shah and written to accommodate the struggles of young British Muslims
221 Havil St
Post code:SE5 7SD
DescriptionWritten and Performed by Faz Shah A young Muslim man wakes from a nightmare and decides to pray his morning prayer before sunrise. He misses his chance by being distracted by his phone. By missing his prayer strange things start to happen on his journey to rediscover his faith on stage. Child friendly, mime, physical theatre, original soundtrack by Faz Shah and written to accommodate the struggles of young British Muslims. Deen vs Duniya. Dates: 20 July | 1pm (25 mins) Ticket Price: £5 Age: 5+
By Bus:Bus routes 12, 36, 171, 345 & 436
By Tube:The nearest Overground stations are Denmark Hill and Peckham Rye, each about 15-20 minutes walking distance. Buses connect to Elephant & Castle (12 & 171), Vauxhall (36, 436), Peckham Rye (12) and Brixton (345) stations.
Access for wheelchair users
Level access toilet