{{ hub.custom && hub.custom.title }}

Arab Nights : Metta Theatre picture
Add to My Events
Remove from My Events

Until Sat 8th Dec

Arab Nights

@ Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Featuring: Metta Theatre

← Please choose a date…

Tickets

online

Promotions

available

Limited

availability

3rd Party

tickets

Presale

tickets

Coming

Soon

Unavailable

Try the box office

Sold Out

No tickets for sale

Notes

Check the info below

Ticket

information

Free

Woo hoo!

← Please choose a ticket…

We have more than one ticket for this event - please choose one from the list

Pick A Date

Our ticket partners offer you a safe way of buying tickets for "sold out" shows

Please check the artist line-up and event details on the purchase page before you buy

Our ticket partners offer you a safe way of buying tickets for "sold out" shows

Please check the artist line-up and event details on the purchase page before you buy

Ents24 is proud to be…

  • The UK's most popular independent ticketing website
  • Trusted by entertainment fans since 1999
  • An easy and safe place to buy tickets for thousands of shows

Buy with confidence from Ents24's trusted ticket partners

Sold By:

Tickets: Available Limited

Tickets will be on sale here on

ONSALE IN:

00D 00H 00M 00S

Other tickets available for this event

Ticket Details: Price: Supplier:

Arab Nights : Metta Theatre

An Arabian Nights for the modern age.

Riding the wave of change currently breaking across the Middle East, this response to the Arab Revolutions is by writers from Egypt, Iran, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria.

Six writers have created pieces inspired by the original Arabian Nights stories and weaved into its framework. The character of Queen Shahrazad brings these stories to life, presented directly to the audience (representing King Shahrayar and his court), giving them the power to decide whether she lives or dies after each.

The stories include diabolical djinnis, an ancient wall, 1,000 perfect plastic dolls on the banks of the Nile, a modern-day Sinbad and a shoe-obsessed di