When Nirbhaya premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year we were moved to tears by this powerful piece of theatre. Nirbhaya was breathtaking wrote our reviewer, and now we have a ticket competition to win tickets when it comes to the Southbank Centre next month.

Nirbhaya at Southbank Centre
5 – 12 March

A dramatic performance based upon a true incident and the life events of the performers.

On the night of December 16 2012 a young woman and her male friend boarded a bus in urban Delhi heading for home. What followed changed the lives of these two people and countless others forever.

Internationally acclaimed playwright and director Yael Farber creates a searing new work that cracks open the silence around women whose lives have been shattered by gender-based violence.

With an extraordinary cast and creative team from India, Farber brings us a blistering evocation of that terrible night and the ripples of change it set in motion. Tearing away the shame that keeps the survivors silent NIRBHAYA is a voyage into a tapestry of personal testimonies that speaks for both a nation and a world no longer able to hold the tides of change at bay.

‘One of the most powerful and urgent pieces of human rights theatre ever made’ (The Herald)

‘Shatters the shame culture of silence that surrounds sexual violence against women.’ (Evening Standard)


Enter the Competition

To enter the competition simply fill out your details below and hit submit.

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Competition closes Thursday 6 March, 4pm. Winners’ tickets are valid for the performance on Saturday 8 March at 2pm. By entering this competition you agree to be added to the A Younger Theatre mailing list.