Kin London Reviews and Tickets

(5 Ratings)
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Absorbing, Masterful, Entertaining, Relevant, Enchanting

About the Show

Amit Lahav's physical theatre piece meditating on themes around migration.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (5)

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133 Reviews | 17 Followers

See it if you fancy a non narrative driven bit of tanztheatre

Don't see it if you've had your fill of Pina Bauch Read more

9 Reviews | 0 Followers
Ambitious, Refreshing, Intense, Absorbing

See it if Movement-based but clear storytelling of universalised stories of racialised immigration

Don't see it if You prefer to get stuck in the details of character and situation - it's an intentionally broad/vague/universal story

4 Reviews | 0 Followers
Clever, Delightful, Entertaining, Enchanting, Absorbing

See it if You want to experience a different kind of show and be lost in an amazing soundtrack!

Don't see it if You don't like physical theatre.

2 Reviews | 0 Followers
Resonant, Relevant, Masterful, Enchanting, Absorbing

See it if expect a masterpiece of theatre through and through. A well-rounded piece with masterful performers, and a strong relevant message.

Don't see it if heavy on the physical theatre. Even if this is not your cup of tea, give it a go, it's worth it.

26 Reviews | 0 Followers
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Must see, Masterful, Great acting, Entertaining

See it if You love new work

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Critic Reviews (11)

The London Evening Standard
January 17th, 2024

"This show has arresting, potent moments."
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Time Out London
January 18th, 2024

" 'Kin'... lends the show a moral forcefulness that makes up for shortcomings elsewhere."
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The Guardian (UK)
January 17th, 2024

"A production that is ravishing and frustratingly esoteric in equal measure."
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The Telegraph (UK)
January 22nd, 2024

"...the evening-achieve a spellbinding attention to atmospheric and choreographic detail."
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The Times (UK)
January 17th, 2024

"...a visually striking but frustratingly nebulous sermon about man’s inhumanity to man."
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The Stage (UK)
January 22nd, 2024

"Affecting, impressionistic welter of migration stories"
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January 17th, 2024

"...its blunt sure to strike a chord."
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London Theatre
January 17th, 2024

"...outstandingly physical with a dreamlike quality that permeates throughout..."
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