The Half God of Rainfall
by Inua Ellams
Kiln Theatre
25 Apr - 17 May 2019

The Half God of Rainfall by Inua Ellams -Kiln Theatre The Half God of Rainfall by Inua Ellams -Kiln Theatre

Presented by Kiln Theatre, Fuel and Birmingham Repertory Theatre

We risk war. This is the consequence. Battle. Shield. Spear and sword. Conflict amongst the Gods. This must be avoided.

When Demi, the half Nigerian-mortal, half Greek-God, is angry, rain clouds gather. When he cries, rivers burst their banks.

The first time Demi takes a shot on the local basketball court, the deities of the land awaken. As he unknowingly sparks Zeus’ wrath, his mother Modupe takes matters into her mortal hands and the consequences change their lives forever.

From award-winning poet and playwright Inua Ellams (Barber Shop Chronicles; An Evening With An Immigrant) comes a new myth. The Half God of Rainfall is a contemporary epic that weaves poetry and storytelling in a majestic journey that transports us from a tiny village in South West Nigeria to Mount Olympus, to the further reaches of our galaxy and beyond.

NEED TO KNOW: The Half God of Rainfall is at Kiln Theatre from 25 April to 17 May 2019 | BOOK TICKETS NOW | Age Recommendation 14+

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