Indhu Rubasingham introduces the new Kiln Theatre
The artistic director chats to us about what we can expect from the Tricycle transformed
It's been two years in the making but the Kiln Theatre – formerly the Tricycle – has finally opened its doors to the public, so we met with artistic director Indhu Rubasingham to find out exactly what's changed at the Kilburn theatre.
Following a capital development project, the Kiln Theatre has launched with the world premiere of Holy Sh!t by Alexis Zegerman, directed by Rubasingham.
The first season also includes a musical adaptation of Zadie Smith's novel White Teeth, adapted for the stage by Stephen Sharkey (26 October to 22 December), Ishy Din's Approaching Empty (9 January to 2 February), Florian Zeller's The Son (20 February to 13 April), Inua Ellams' The Half God of Rainfall (26 April to 17 May), Samuel Adamson's Wife (5 June to 13 July), a new revival of Sheldon Epps' Blues in the Night (22 July to 7 September) and the world premiere of Anupama Chandrasekhar's When the Crows Visit in Autumn 2019.