The Sun, The Moon, And The Stars - Thu 17 Jun, 2.30pm

This event contains digital content (live streaming or video on demand)


This is bout those men
who stripped him of his crown,
treated that charcoal skin like concrete.
Peace will only come
when I make em
 come undone.

Femi is visited by her brother's ghost. He takes her into the past, revealing the final moments before his murder. But with a lack of evidence and eyewitnesses considered unreliable, Femi is determined to set things right herself.

Directed by Nadia Fall and starring Kibong Tanji, Dipo Baruwa-Etti's new play THE SUN, THE MOON, AND THE STARS explores trauma, rage and the extent one young woman will go to in her quest for justice.

Age Guidance: 14+
Please note that this show contains strong language.

We've kept our streaming ticket prices at the same levels as our in-person tickets and whilst all streamed versions offer the same view, we encourage audiences to support our work by buying the ticket that they can afford. If you'd usually go for top-price tickets or are watching as a group then we'd recommend our OVATION (£32) or ENCORE tickets (£20). We also have our APPLAUSE tickets (£10) available. We're incredibly grateful to anyone who can support us at this time so we can continue working with artists, young people and our local community.

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This stream is only available for audiences in the UK. The performance will begin promptly at 2.30pm and will only be available to watch for the duration of the stream.


Tickets cannot be refunded unless a performance is cancelled. Stratford East is not responsible for any streaming issues relating to the user's internet connection, network connection or device. At our sole discretion and subject to availability, Stratford East may exchange tickets for another performance of the same streamed production provided we are given 24 hours' notice before the start of the streamed performance.