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The Keepers Of Infinite Space

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Omar El-Khairy’s exploration of the Israeli prison system receives its world premiere at the Park Theatre. Read More >

Omar El-Khairy’s exploration of the Israeli prison system receives its world premiere at the Park Theatre.

Since the Israeli occupation in 1967, Palestine has become a nation of prisons. Up to 40% of the male population have been detained under military orders. Virtually every family has seen at least one relative put behind bars and entire generations have grown up facing the prospect of the cell.

The Keepers Of Infinite Space tells the story of Nablus bookseller Saeed, whose father Khalil is a property developer. They’re just an ordinary family quietly building a new Palestine, until Saeed is arrested and sent to prison. As his future disappears, Saeed discovers that the answer to his problems may lie in his past and the secrets his father has kept from him.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 22/01/2014

Opening Night: 23/01/2014

Closing Night: 16/02/2014

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Philip Correia, Edmund Kingsley, Cornelius Macarthy, Hilton McRae, Laura Prior, Sirine Saba, Patrick Toomey, John Wark

Creative

Director - Zoe Lafferty

Producer - Chris Foxon

Designer - Philip Lindley

Lighting Designer - Johanna Town

Sound - Richard Hammarton

Author - Omar El-Khairy

Music By - Richard Hammarton

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