Night’s End

JustUs Repertory presents

Night’s End

  • By Gowri Ramnarayan
  • Mon 27 Nov - Sat 2 Dec 2017, 7pm
  • Soho Upstairs
  • From £15 (£12.50)

A tale of betrayal, loss and love set in a reserve forest in Rajasthan

Night’s End is the journey of Krishnan Nair who ran away from his native village in Kerala to become a forest guard in a tiger sanctuary.

The story moves through his attempts to enlist the help of the tiger hunting Mogiya tribals to save the tiger, his friendship with Billu Mogiya the drummer, his romance with the tribal woman Chandni Mogiya, and his encounters with the poaching mafia.

Night’s End is a tale of betrayal, abandonment and loss in which the actions of humans —indigenous peoples, settlers, tourists, the state, the media—powerfully affect the fragile eco-system we inhabit. It is also a love story.

Running Time: Approx 90mins

Night’s End Performances

Mon 27 Nov 7:00pm
Tue 28 Nov 7:00pm
Wed 29 Nov 7:00pm
Thu 30 Nov 7:00pm
Fri 1 Dec 7:00pm
Sat 2 Dec 7:00pm

‘An exceptional story of a man’s search for redemption through his valiant attempt to save the tiger and the fragile ecosystem of the forest in which he has chosen to live. … The eternal human craving to bond with nature… rarely dealt with such passion on the stage.”
~Prithvijit Mitra, Times of India

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