Productions

Hannah Khalil, Playwright





 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Writing credits (full productions)


A Museum in Baghdad

Two women decades apart try to ready the Museum for its opening against all the odds. 

Dir. Erica Whyman                                           Swan Theatre (RSC) and Kiln, London

"Hannah Khalil has crafted a gorgeously intriguing play about the ethical considerations of history" - Brum Hour

 

Interference – Metaverse

In a dystopian future a mother’s only contact with her child is via VR.

Dir. Cora Bisset                                                Site-specific National Theatre of Scotland          

“A sense of helplessness pervades Hannah Khalil’s fine play - a powerful and economically written play”  - The Scotsman

 

The Scar Test

A revealing expose of life in detention for women in the UK.

Dir. Sara Joyce                                                  Soho, London and various on UK tour

"Fiercely felt, ferociously told... we'll be talking about this writer for years to come." – Ought to be Clowns

 

Scenes from 68* Years

An epic snapshot of life under occupation.

Dir: Chris White                                                 Arcola Theatre, London

“This new work by Palestinian/Irish playwright Hannah Khalil confirms her as a dramatist of compelling potential” - Daily Telegraph

 

Bitterenders

Black-comedy a Palestinian family in Jerusalem are forced to share their house with Israeli settlers

Dir: Manijeh Mohamedi  Z Space SanFrancisco, Part of ReOrient 2015

 

Bond of Love – Walking the Tightrope

Short play about freedom of speech in a bill with Caryl Churchill

Director: Kirsty Housley                             Theatre Delicatessen

 

The Unwelcome (Radio play)

Director: Mary Peate                                            BBC Radio 4


Last of the Pearl Fishers (Radio play)

Director: Nandita Ghose                                       BBC Radio 4

 

The Deportation Room (Radio play)

Director: Mary Peate                                            BBC Radio 4

 

Plan D   

A family has to leave their home when a threat of danger arises

Director: Chris White                     Tristan Bates Theatre, London

 

Writing Credits (screen)


 3 x 30 min episodes of Hollyoaks, Channel 4 in 2018

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