Mandela (London, Young Vic Theatre, 2022) | Playbill




It's 1960. Young activist, Nelson Mandela, rallies the people of South Africa to protest against the racial segregation of apartheid. In 1962 he is arrested and sentenced to life in prison, where he will spend the next 27 years, taken from his wife and children, as the fight for freedom sweeps his country.

Directed by Schele Williams
Choreographed by Gregory Maqoma
Scenic Design by Hannah Beachler
Costume Design by Fay Fullerton
Lighting Design by Jon Clark
Sound Design by Paul Gatehouse
Projection and Video Design by Akhila Krishnan
Orchestrated by Sam Young
Musical Direction by Sean Mayes

Cast Includes Gregory Armand, Zion Battles, Earl Carpenter, Stewart Clarke, Hanna Dimtsu, Danielle Fiamanya, Lerato Gwebu, Prudence Jezile, Akmed Junior Khemalai, Michael Luwoye, Blue Makwana, Kayleigh McKnight, Posi Morakinyo, Sneziey Msomi, Nomfusi Ngonyama, Ryan O’Donnell, Adam Pearce, Botlhale Phora, Shiv Rabheru, Will Richardson, Leanne Robinson, Ntsikelelo Nicholas Vani


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