Final Farewell is an audio walk experience and contemplative, collaborative, celebratory and unique work, based on local people’s experiences of loss during the pandemic.
The Stage: ★★★★★ Final Farewell is a timely reminder of theatre’s ability to heal and gently move towards a brighter future.
About Final Farewell
Final Farewell is a moving theatrical experience that captures the voices of seven individuals and a little black pug in six poignant audio stories. Each of these stories have been carefully crafted by writer Sudha Bhuchar, who has spoken and listened in depth to real people’s memories and accounts of their loved ones who were lost during Covid-19.
Final Farewell is an audio walk experience and contemplative, collaborative, celebratory and unique work, based on local people’s experiences of loss during the pandemic. The outdoor experience is self-led (using a map and audio) and is approximately 90 minutes long and includes a number of stops where you will be able to sit down and listen to the audio without walking.
About Tara Theatre
Tara Theatre creates innovative, politically charged theatre harnessing the power of co-creation. Our work explores the complexities of our world through a South Asian lens, championing South Asian voices and artists, identifying new narratives, new ideas and new forms.
Tara Theatre is a contemporary and democratic space, a home for our community of artists and audiences. Please come and join us!
Creative / Production credits:
Concept & Director – Abdul Shayek, Writer – Sudha Bhuchar
Image Credit: Photo by Harry Elletson
Funding, commissioning and partner credits:
Final Farewell has been supported by Without Walls and commissioned by Certain Blacks, and FESTIVAL.ORG.
Original production developed with the support of London Community Foundation, Cockayne – Grants for the Arts, Wandsworth Grant Fund, Paines Plough and Wandsworth Council