LIGHTSTREAMS

PRESENTED BY LUMENIS THEATRE
The story of two migrant women living in the UK at the height of a global crisis.

Through an experimental style, Lightstreams tells the story of two migrant women living in the UK: a mother in her 30s who tries to stop her husband from going back to his work as a carer and an elderly woman, a former international spy abandoned in a care home for the elderly.

Lightstreams, supported by Arts Council England, is the first and only play that looks at the experiences of first-generation migrants in the UK and questions the sacrifices and choices frontline workers have made during unprecedented times. This play offers a moving and heartfelt portrayal that brings into focus the issues of migration and displacement in the aftermath of global crises.

12 JAN
7:30PM
£6

LIGHTSTREAMS

PRESENTED BY LUMENIS THEATRE
The story of two migrant women living in the UK at the height of a global crisis.

Through an experimental style, Lightstreams tells the story of two migrant women living in the UK: a mother in her 30s who tries to stop her husband from going back to his work as a carer and an elderly woman, a former international spy abandoned in a care home for the elderly.

Lightstreams, supported by Arts Council England, is the first and only play that looks at the experiences of first-generation migrants in the UK and questions the sacrifices and choices frontline workers have made during unprecedented times. This play offers a moving and heartfelt portrayal that brings into focus the issues of migration and displacement in the aftermath of global crises.

12 JAN
7:30PM
£6

Cast: TBC

Kristen Hutchinson

Elderly Woman

Goda Liutkute

Mother

Carmine Tiberini

Man 1

Simeon Morris

Man 2 / Young Boy

Production Team

Writer 

Mary Mazzilli

Director 

Robert Price 

Dramaturg

Andrew Burton

Producer (London)

Antonia Georgieva

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Accessibility

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Café Bar

Ticket holders can take advantage of a 10% discount on all food and drink in our Café Bar on the day of their event between the following times:

7:30pm performances – discount available between 6-7pm

Content Warnings

Contains references to suicide, violence, domestic abuse as well as sexual references.

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Age Recommendation

14+

Duration

2h15m (inc. interval)

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