Young Vic and ATC's Olivier award nominated production of The Brothers Size returns to the Maria, whilst the first play in Tarell Alvin McCraney's remarkable trilogy makes its European debut in the Main House.
There are two brothers Size.
There is Ogun Size who owns an auto-repair shop, and Oshoosi Size fresh out of prison, who always takes
the wrong track.
When his ex-cell mate Elegba gives him a clapped out car, true freedom seems just around the corner.
Rooted in the rich traditions of West Africa and the American Deep South, Bijan Sheibani's production
underscores the poetry of McCraney's rhapsodic drama with live percussion, song and dance. The
Brothers Size is a tale of extraordinary beauty, lyricism and humanity which explores the bonds of
After performing at the Grec Festival in Barcelona, The Brothers Size will embark on a second UK tour
alongside its return to the Young Vic.
The new cast includes Daniel Francis, Tunji Kasim and Anthony Welsh.
The Brothers Size is directed by Bijan Sheibani with design by Patrick Burnier, light by Mike
Gunning, choreography by Aline David and live sound by Manuel Pinheiro.