Kiln Theatre presents The Son

It’s just that I’m not like the others…

As a family breaks down, a son begins to unravel. Nicolas is skipping school, lying to his family, hiding strange objects under his mattress. Is this typical teenager  behaviour or a warning sign of hopelessness?

Join The Harvard Club of the United Kingdom for a special night of theatre at the recently relaunched Kiln Theatre (formerly the Tricycle), with a special post-show  talk by Kiln’s Artistic Director, Indu Rubasingham. The highly anticipated UK premiere of The Son follows the sold out Olivier Award-winning The Father (Theatre  Royal Bath, Tricycle Theatre, West End, National Tour) and the critically-acclaimed The Mother by Molière Award-winning playwright Florian Zeller, directed by  Michael Longhurst. Find more information here.

Date:                Thursday, 21 March 2019

Time:                7:30 PM

Price:                £30.00 (Band A seats, normally £32.50)

Location:           Kiln Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7JR

                          Near Kilburn Tube (7 min walk) or Brondesbury Overground (3 min walk)


Age guidance: 14+. This performance is audio-described upon request


Indhu Rubasingham, MBE, is the Artistic Director of Kiln Theatre. Productions as Artistic Director include: Red Velvet (Evening Standard Award and Critics’ Circle  Award, also at St Ann’s Warehouse, NYC and Kenneth Branagh Season, West End), A Wolf in Snakeskin Shoes, Multitudes, The House That Will Not Stand,  Handbagged (Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre, also West End transfer and UK tour), Paper Dolls, The Invisible Hand, Holy Sh!t, and  White Teeth.

Other selected directing credits include: The Great Wave, Ugly Lies the Bone, The Motherf**ker With The Hat, The Waiting Room, The Ramayana (National  Theatre); Women, Power and Politics, Stones in His Pockets, Detaining Justice, The Great Game: Afghanistan, Fabulation, Starstruck (Tricycle Theatre); Belong,  Disconnect, Free Outgoing, Lift Off, Clubland, The Crutch, Sugar Mummies (Royal Court); Ruined (Almeida); Yellowman, Anna in the Tropics (Hampstead); Secret  Rapture, The Misanthrope (Minerva, Chichester); Romeo and Juliet (Festival Theatre, Chichester); Pure Gold (Soho Theatre); The No Boys Cricket Club, Party Girls  (Stratford East); Wuthering Heights (Birmingham Rep); Heartbreak House (Watford Palace); Sugar Dollies, Shakuntala (Gate); A River Sutra (Three Mill Island Studios);  Rhinoceros (UC Davis, California); A Doll’s House (Young Vic).