Princess, poet, pacifist… and World War II spy.
The enigmatic, indefinable Noor Inayat Khan was an unlikely recruit to the SOE as an undercover wireless operator. How did she face off fascism with such courage and resilience and evade capture longer than any of her counterparts?
Noor’s moving and inspirational story takes us across borders and time into a shadowy world of espionage, as British officer Vera Atkins and Gestapo Major Hans Kieffer trade secrets to uncover the woman behind the code names. From her Sufi mysticism to her astonishing creativity, Noor’s individuality was ultimately her greatest strength.
Theatre: The Little
Mon – Sat: 20:00
Tue & Sat: 15:30
Running Time: 105 minutes.
No interval and no re-entry.
We strongly advise that you arrive early and take your seats in advance of the start time as there is a no latecomers policy.
Recommended for ages 14+.
This production depicts the use of firearms, simulations of violence and torture and contains loud noises.
Tuesday 22 November at 3.30pm and 8pm.