hello, my name is…

Global theatre for a local stage

3 bold women. 3 daring new stories. The Hello, my name is… theatre festival brings inventive, comedic, and thrilling new theatre productions to The CentrE17 from 1st to 7th July 2019. From a surreal comedy about crossing borders, a peek into the witching hours on Network Rail, and a cake that really, really needs to be baked, the Hello, my name is… Theatre Festival will introduce you to an eye-opening look at the world around you.


Maya Goldstein (Israel)
70 min
Maya Goldstein (Israel)
70 min

Tuesday 2nd July – 730pm

Saturday 6th July – 730pm

A pitta bread, a pigeon, and an Israeli girl trying to illegally cross the Lebanese border.

£10/£8 concessions

Q&A session after show with playwright


Rebecca Goh and a(basement) collective (Singapore)
60 min
Rebecca Goh and a (basement) collective (Singapore)
60 min

Wednesday 3rd July – 730pm

Friday 5th July – 730pm

A thrilling multi-media documentary piece about the unseen workers of Network Rail and those who come into existence after the world has gone to sleep.

£10/£8 concessions

Q&A session after show


Shreya Tanisha and Moksha Theatre
60 min
Shreya Tanisha and Moksha Theatre
60 min

Thursday 4th July – 730pm

Sunday 7th July – 5 pm

Absurd, dark and passionate: A woman confronts the violent colonial history of Partition, as she bakes a cake in her subconscious.

£10/£8 concessions

Q&A after show

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