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Prophet Isa: A Storytelling Performance for Children by Khayaal Theatre Company

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Wednesday, 12 April at 2pm. Buy tickets now


This breath of Jesus, which brings a new dawn each hour, rouses the head of the sleeping world from the dust. Diwan of Fariduddin Attar

Join us in association with Khayaal Theatre Company on Wednesday afternoon at the Ivory Suite for an inspiring storytelling performance about Prophet Jesus by Khayaal Theatre Company. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Click here to download the poster

A dark night. The kingdom of a cruel king. In a sacred temple, a woman preparing for worship lights a lamp only to be startled by a much brighter light. An angel conveys the heavenly news of a blessed child: Jesus, peace be upon him.

A reverent and atmospherically rich performance of the story of the prophet known as the Spirit of God follows, from his miraculous birth to his glorious ascension. Khayaal’s Easter storytelling offering presents an episodic account of the life of Prophet Isa (as) interspersed with his teachings from the Qur’an and the Bible based on traditional Islamic and Christian sources. This performance has been designed for children aged 5-10.

WHEN: Wednesday, 12 April. Entry is from 2pm. Performance starts at 2.30pm

RUNNING TIME: 30 minutes

WHERE:The Ivory Suite London, 24 Blackbird Hill, Wembley, NW9 8SD [Closest tube station: Wembley Park station - Metropolitan and Jubilee lines (18 minute walk; Bus 297, 182, 83)]

Free parking available on surrounding residential roads

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS

TICKETS:
Adults: £8
Children: £5
Under 5's go free

Please get in touch with Ashiya if you have any questions (ashiya@ihrc.org or 020 8904 4222)
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