Gibran, the Play is inspired by Gibran’s most famous book, The Prophet. Written over a hundred years ago in 1923 in New York by Lebanon’s best known poet and painter, this book remains to this day on best selling lists around the world. It is read and quoted from – often at significant moments in people’s lives – by millions.  This generous, funny and moving play contrasts through the relationship of Gibran and his sister Miryanna the loss of remembered Arab family warmth as they struggle to survive in America. Memories of childhood and Gibran’s own spiritual awakening in Mount Lebanon are juxtaposed with the everyday bustle and music of the Lebanese enclave in Boston’s Chinatown, providing an insight into the poet’s roller-coaster life and the people who had a great impact on it….. the strong women, his sister, and Mary Haskell, his lover. A mix of drama, comedy and profound self-discovery, Gibran is an absolute ‘must see’, not only for Gibran fans, but for all those who are busy discovering their own spiritual journey.
Born over a hundred years ago, Khalil Gibran continues to be an inspiration and spiritual  beacon across the world today.
GIBRAN, THE PLAY 17 November 2013 19:45 Theatre Royal Haymarket  Under the Patronage of the Lebanese Ambassador, AM Productions in conjunction with The British Lebanese Association, is pleased to announce the return of the latest production GIBRAN, THE PLAY to the West End.  Tickets: £20, £48.50, £65 & £97.00*  (same price for adults and children) *plus booking fee
Theatre Royal Haymarket: 18 Suffolk Street London SW1Y 4HT Box Office 0845 481 1870 (within the UK) +44 (0) 207 930 8800 (Overseas) Email: Seating plan: Click here
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