The Ballad of Hattie and James Tickets

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Kiln Theatre
269 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7JR
Running Time TBC
Running Since Thu, 11 April 2024
Booking Until Sat, 18 May 2024
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Valid on all performances from 11 April - 18 May 2024

Book By 3 March 2024
Monday - 19:30
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday 14:30 19:30
Thursday - 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday 14:30 19:30
Sunday - -

More about The Ballad of Hattie and James

At St Pancras International, a woman sits at the piano and begins to play. The music captivates commuters, tourists and, following a viral clip, people around the world. Behind the music is the incredible story of a lifelong duet – the ballad of Hattie and James.

Throughout their lives, Hattie and James find themselves inextricably linked, for better or worse, and cannot help but replay the experiences that have shaped them.

An impassioned story from Samuel Adamson (Wife) that asks who gets to have their voice heard, and can you ever settle the score?

Post show Q&A: 10 May, 7.30pm

Access Performances
Audio Described Performances: 02 May, 7.30
Touch Tour: 02 May, 6.00pm
Relaxed Performance: 08 May, 2.30pm
Captioned Performance: 09 May, 7.30pm

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Kiln Theatre

269 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7JR
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The Kiln Theatre is located in Kilburn, North London. The theatre opened in a converted Forester’s Hall in 1980 and was formerly known as the Tricycle Theatre. In 1987 the theatre was almost totally destroyed by a fire which started in a neighbouring timber yard. Two years later, it was re-built and the front of house facilities were enhanced and expanded. After undergoing a major redevelopment, the theatre reopened in 2018 as the Kiln Theatre under Indhu Rubasingham's leadership.