From Edinburgh Fringe to Tai Kwun: One-Man-Show “Knock Knock”
Why We Recommend it
Kicking off Tai Kwun’s theatre programme is a poignant piece on the effects of conscription on an Isreali family, which was performed at Edinburgh Fringe last year.
Written and performed by British actor Niv Petel, who grew up in Israel, the play dissects the complex mother-son bond, placing it in the wider context of conscription to war.
Heart-wrenching and poignant, Knock Knock received strong reviews at Edinburgh Fringe last year. It debuted in London in 2016, and has been commended for its powerful message about the meaningless causalities of war.