Tibet Foundation

The Life of Milarepa

Oct 12, 2004 to May 19, 2005

This event finished on May 19, 2005.

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A Play about Tibet by Ermazing Productions 11th Centu

A Play about Tibet by Ermazing Productions 11th Century Tibet… Stripped of their wealth by the Kyungpo clan, the Nyang send Mila to train in the Black Arts – his success is massacre. Now a hated and desperate man Mila roams Tibet in search of transformation, eventually meeting Marpa, a hard drinking teacher of the Tantra. After forcing him to suffer tests which almost destroy mind and body, Marpa reveals him esoteric truths. However, even in his cave Mila cannot be free of the ghost of his mother, and he returns to bury her, only to be attacked and driven from his village by the remnants of the Kyungpo. Retreating into the wastelands, Mila lives as a wild man, surviving on boiled nettles, mysticism, and poetry, finally emerging as the emaciated man of wonder. Never a monk, he was murdered by a lama jealous of his popularity…

Further details from Mark on 020 7238 5973 (D) / 07906 644 307 Email: ermazingproductions@hotmail.com Venue: Lion and Unicorn Theatre, 42 Gaisford Rd, Kentish Town Box Office: 020 7485 9897


Venue:

Name :
Tibet Foundation Office (Old!)
Address:
2. St. James's Market, London, SW1Y 4SB, United Kingdom
Phone:
020 7930 6001
e-mail:
office@tibet-foundation.org
Web
www.tibet-foundation.org

Organiser:

Name :
Tibet Foundation
Phone:
020 7930 6001
e-mail:
office@tibet-foundation.org
Web
www.tibet-foundation.org