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and the Secret of the Diamond

Live Shows from
6th - 11th December 2013

Once a world of wonder – full of light; embraced by peace; a world where everyone belongs; where it is natural to love and laugh; a world of harmony and happiness… but alas, no more.

Imagine a world where everything is broken and dark and tense. Where joy is felt only as misery and woe. Where the wretched, unhappy people have completely forgotten who they are and what this world once was. This world is Wondariya …

You come at a special time…
For it is always darkest just before the dawn

Join Avaya – the girl who never forgot; Caled – the boy who knew he had to do something but didn’t know what; and Naypea – the magical peahorse who lost her voice so couldn’t tell him. Destiny brings you and these three companions together to unlock the mysterious casket that brings the dawn of a new era of wonder to Wondariya.

Watch snippets of the story below:

Avaya Caled

Avaya – Born with the “curse” of brightness – everyone else in Wondariya knows only doom and gloom. She inherits a mysterious casket with which to change her world . . . but . . . it has no key . . .

Caled – Comes from the mountains; is neither happy nor sad; knows only that his destiny is to serve the dejected people of Wondariya.

Grandfather – Once like Avaya, before his brightness was ‘educated’ away. He has forgotten . . . but remembers enough to know he must protect Avaya. Although he doesn’t understand what it is he is giving, it is he who gives Avaya the inheritance of the diamond casket.

Naypea – A magical peahorse, the last of her kind and friend to both Avaya and Caled

Global Co-operation House
65-67 Pound Lane
Willesden Green
London NW10 2HH

T: (020)8727 3350

- Dollis Hill (Jubilee Line) - Chapter Road exit
- Willesden Green (Jubilee Line)
- 6, 206 and 226 to Pound Lane
- 52, 98, 260, 266, 297, 302 and 460 to Willesden Garage


Q: How do I obtain tickets for the Wondariya play?
A: All tickets are only available online at Please book your tickets online.

Q: How much are the tickets?
A: They are free

Q: How many tickets can I book?
A: You can book five tickets with one booking

Q: I am having difficulty booking my tickets online, what shall I do?
A: Please log-on to our website again and have another go. If you still have difficulty booking tickets please call Global Co-operation House on 020 8727 3350 and they will either assist you with your booking or transfer your request and someone will contact you.

Q: When do I have to register by?
A: All bookings are on a first come first serve basis. Please register online as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.

Q: Do I have to print the E-tickets and bring with me?

Q: What time do I need to arrive to secure my seats?
A: There are no numbered seating and so you cannot reserve seats in advance. The E-ticket is for entry purposes and does not guarantee a seat. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before start time of the play to ensure you have a seat.

Q: Can I bring young children?
A: The recommended age group is 6 years and above. We do not provide any crèche facilities. All children need to be with their parents at all times.

Q: Will there be a place to store pushchairs?
A: We will have an allocated space for folded pushchairs.

Q: Can I bring snacks for the children.
A: There is no food or drinks allowed in the Auditorium. We wish to keep the Auditorium clean for everyone’s benefit and enjoyment of the show.

Q: Will there be cloakroom facilities?
A: There will not be any cloakroom facilities. Please keep all your belongings with you at all times.

Q: Is there facilities for wheelchairs or those needing lifts?
A: There is a lift facility available and we do have allocated spaces for wheelchairs in the back rows of the Auditorium. It is most helpful if we know in advance if one of your party is in a wheelchair. Please let us know by phoning 020 8727 3418. Unfortunately we cannot provide special parking for disabled people.

Q: Are there parking facilities at Global Co-operation House.
A: All the Wondariya plays are either in the evening or over the weekend and there is free parking in the area around Global Co-operation House after 6.30pm on weekdays. If you come earlier than 6.30pm, parking tickets are available from the shop on the corner opposite the fire station.

Q: Is the Brahma Kumaris a religion?
A: It is a spiritual university and the study taught is the practise of Raj Yoga, which is a meditation practice relevant to people of all faiths, or none.

Q: Why is it free?
A: This project is created and produced by students of Raj Yoga who are all volunteers and it is offered free as a service to the local community. The Brahma Kumaris do not charge for any of its activities

Book Tickets Online - Live Shows from 6th - 11th December 2013

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