Jamaica Kincaid’s A Small Place is being staged for the first time at London’s Gate Theatre. It may be difficult to know what to expect from an acclaimed non-fiction book being brought to the stage, so get a feel for the four-star show with footage of extracts performed by stars Cherelle Skeete & Nicola Alexis
The Gate Theatre’s staging of Jamaica Kincaid’s anger-filled essay on Antigua, A Small Place, is drawing audiences and critics to Notting Hill. With four-star reviews and assertions that the piece is “delightfully surprising”, “brilliantly poetic” and “urgent”, it’s easy to see why.
Audiences are raving about the Gate Theatre’s production of A Small Place, as the Notting Hill venue brings Jamaica Kincaid’s book to the stage for the first time. Check out the Twitter buzz, then get a flavour for the show with Helen Murray’s production shots
For the first time ever, Jamaica Kincaid’s acclaimed book about Antigua and its exploitation by the West, A Small Place, is brought to the stage at the Gate Theatre this month. Starring Cherrelle Skeete and Nicola Alexis, the premiere production runs from 8 November to 1 December 2018.
The Gate Theatre’s artistic director Ellen McDougall has announced her second season at the Notting Hill venue with highlights including a new translation of Jean Cocteau’s The Human Voice by Daniel Raggett who also directs, and A Small Place, adapted from the book by Jamaica Kincaid and directed by Anna Himali Howard.