Update browser for a secure Made experience

It looks like you may be using a web browser version that we don't support. Make sure you're using the most recent version of your browser, or try using of these supported browsers, to get the full Made experience: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge.

Blue Kimera

Friday 2nd & Thursday 8th August, 7.30pm The Workshop Theatre

Blue Kimera

Written by Omar Khan

Directed by Rebekah Murrell

Thursday 2nd & Friday 8th August, 7.30pm

Price: Pay What You Decide / £8

Blue Kimera is a comic revenge thriller by Emmy award-winning writer and NYT member Omar Khan. Two people meet in therapy then go on a road trip to kill the five people who were the reason they wound up there. It’s a love story where two outsiders find something in one another they can’t find anywhere else.

Please note, this play features references to & depictions of:

  • Murder
  • Abuse
  • Self-harm
  • Violence
  • Swearing



Omar Khan is an International Emmy award-winning writer and actor. In 2022 he wrote and starred in an award-winning short film funded by Netflix (Queen of Diamonds). This led him to be commissioned by NYT - where he was already a member. In 2023 Samahoma Entertainment attached themselves to option Omar’s debut feature Tea Leaves. Omar recently became a International Emmy Award Winner, winning The Sir Peter Ustinov Screenwriting Award (2023) for unaired drama pilot – “POCKET MAN.” Rebekah Murrell is a NYT alumna, director and performer whose acting credits include One Day (Netflix), Trying (Apple TV) and The Pact (BBC.) She made her professional directing debut with J’Ouvert by Yasmin Joseph (winner of the 2020 James Tait Black Prize for Drama), which premiered at Theatre503 in 2019 before transferring to the West End and is currently directing My Father’s Fable at the Bush Theatre.

We are proud to acknowledge the support of our principal supporter Arts Council England and Christina Smith Foundation for the Alan Macdonald Bursaries for their support of StoryFest.