A Turkish ‘whodunit’, Kim Ölecek to tour Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham

A more chaotic environment you will not find than in this wealthy household where a man plunders the fortune inherited from his wife’s family, a woman is cheated on by her best friend, a mother-in-law hates her daughter-in-law, and a clumsy butler tries to hold it all together.

Written and directed by Evren Öksüz, Kim Ölecek [Who Will Die] is a comedy murder mystery packed full of laugh out loud moments as everyone in this crazy household tries to kill each other.

The two-act play stars Haluk Saglam, Serap Tüysüz, Özlem Gultekin, Asu Uzun Latham and Evren Öksüz. Choreography is by Filiz Özüm (of Startup Dance Studio), with art direction by Gülçin Bulut, and light and sound by Caner Karagün.

This Turkish play is being jointly staged by the North West Turkish Community Association (NWTCA) and Atlantic Productions in three cities in the north west of England, ensuring Turkish speaking communities in the northwest of England can enjoy some quality Turkish entertainment.

The whirlwind tour in June will see Kim Ölecek performed for one night only in theatres in Salford (Manchester), Liverpool and Birmingham.

So for a night of comedy mixed with intrigue, book your seat now to see Kim Ölecek – play dates, venues and ticket details are below.

Event Details

Title: NWTCA and Atlantic Productions presents Kim Ölecek

Language: Turkish

Admission: the play is deemed suitable for people aged 16+ .


Date: Sunday 16 June 2024

Venue: The Hope Street Theatre, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BY

Time: show starts 7.30pm

Tickets: tickets are priced £14 and available from Ticket Quarter – click here


Date: Friday 21 June 2024

Venue: The Empty Space, 48 Kansas Ave, Media City, Salford M50 2GL

Time: Show starts at 7.30pm

Tickets: tickets are priced £12.50 (+ £0.68 booking fee) – and available from Ticket Source – click here


Date: Sunday 23 June 2024

Venue: Midland Art Centre (MAC), Hexagon Theatre, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH

Time: show starts at 5.30pm

Tickets: tickets are priced £12 and £12.50 (plus booking fee) and available from Ticket Source – click here