A personal story
Kin was inspired by a conversation Gecko’s Artistic Director, Amit Lahav, had with his grandmother, Leah, about the journey their family made from Yemen to Palestine in 1932 to escape persecution.
With an equally personal contribution from company members who drew on their own stories of migration, racism, empathy and home, Kin promises to be a powerful and emotional experience for our audiences.
Praise and innovation
Commissioned by the National Theatre, Kin blends physical theatre and dance with a stunning global soundtrack for a poetic and intoxicating story of desperation and compassion.
Gecko’s work is created using collaboration, experimentation and play and has been described as: “visually stunning...brave...and physically distinctive” by The Guardian
For schools and colleges
To mark Gecko’s inclusion as a recommended practitioner on GCSE and A-level theatre and drama syllabuses, tickets are available at a reduced rate for school and college groups for performances on Wednesday 1, Friday 3 and Saturday 4 November.
The company is also offering all school and college bookers a discounted accompanying classroom workshop led by the performers. Suitable for Year 10 and upwards, participants will have the opportunity to experience the company’s unique style of movement and physical theatre, gaining insight into the creative process behind every Gecko show.