Powerfully moving and beautifully staged, BOY’S KHAYA tells the story of choreographer Bawren Tavaziva’s early life in Zimbabwe through a mesmerising combination of contemporary, ballet and African dance, with a spoken-word soundtrack and music.
BOY’S KHAYA or ‘servants house’ is a colonial legacy that still exists in Zimbabwe. From this little house hidden behind the white master’s mansion, a young man struggles to comprehend where we are now… and why?
“The perfect mix of humour, warmth, apprehension and profound unease. A most pleasing terror…” - The Sunday Times
£6 & £13