Today we announce 4 fantastic new shows for 2014.
Sizwe Banzi Is Dead
6 February – 1 March
Following a sell-out run earlier this year, we are thrilled to be welcoming Sizwe Banzi is Dead back to the Young Vic in 2014. Award-winner Matthew Xia directs Fugard’s momentous, Tony-nominated play which exposing the struggle for freedom and identity in apartheid-era South Africa.
Oh My Sweet Land
9 April – 3 May
This urgent and extraordinary show explores the crisis in Syria through the stories of its 2 million refugees. German-Syrian actor Corinne Jaber, who was last in London with her production of The Comedy of Errors for Shakespeare’s Globe’s World Shakespeare Festival, joins forces with director Amir Nizar Zuabi (The Beloved, I Am Yusuf and This Is My Brother) for this UK premiere.
28 April – 17 May
Featuring stories of quiet triumphs and
heart-breaking defeats, this extraordinary sensory installation from artists Jeremy Herbert and Gabriella Sonabend invites you to explore the most fragile human moments. This is a free installation that audiences are invited to experience individually.
12 June – 5 July
The award-winning Belarus Free Theatre return to the Young Vic to explore the profound impact of environmental change through the lens of local myths and legends. Incorporating true stories and native folklore from Belarus, Brazil, Nigeria and India, Red Forest weaves together a tapestry of stories to create a new legend of man and nature.
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