My Name is Rachel Corrie at Theatre Deli

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
My Name is Rachel Corrie at Theatre Deli
Image courtesy of Theatre Deli, Sheffield

My Name is Rachel Corrie at Theatre Delicatessen Sheffield, Sheffield 1 — 4 May 2019 Tickets from £8.00 — Book now

Rachel Corrie was only 23 when she was killed by an Israeli bulldozer while she was protesting against the demolition of Palestinian homes.

My Name is Rachel Corrie is a stirring piece of theatre which has been collated and assembled from the young peace activist’s emails, diary entries and lists. First performed at London’s Royal Court in 2005, the verbatim piece was created and edited by Guardian journalist Katharine Viner and the late Alan Rickman.

Directed by Hassun El Zafar, My Name is Rachel Corrie is a tribute to a brave and compassionate young woman; telling the story of her short life, and sudden death through the powerful words she left behind.

Each performance at Sheffield’s Theatre Deli will be accompanied by a post-show Q&A session and a panel discussion.

My Name is Rachel Corrie at Theatre Delicatessen Sheffield, Sheffield 1 — 4 May 2019 Tickets from £8.00 Book now

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