Casting announced for UK tour of Ishy Din’s Approaching Empty
Casting has been announced for Kiln Theatre, Tamasha and Live Theatre’s production of Approaching Empty.
Ishy Din’s play, which is set in the aftermath of Margaret Thatcher’s death and explores the struggles of a post-industrial generation of South Asian British men, runs at the Kiln Theatre in London from January 9 to February 2, 2019, with press night on January 14.
Approaching Empty then tours the UK until April 13, visiting locations including Glasgow, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Coventry, Hornchurch and Oldham.
The cast consists of Nicholas Khan, Karan Gill, Rina Fatania, Nicholas Prasad, Maanuv Thiara and Kammy Darweish.
Pooja Ghai directs the production, which has set and costume design by Rosa Maggiora, lighting by David Plater and sound and composition by Arun Ghosh.
Approaching Empty is produced by Kiln Theatre and Tamasha Theatre in London and Newcastle’s Live Theatre.
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