PERFORMING REFUGEE NARRATIVES by artists working with refugees

 

 

Phosphorus Theatre Dear Home Office. An Applied Theatre project with unaccompanied minor young men, developed in partnership with Afghan Association Paiwand.

Dina Mousawi, Director

Terrestrial Journeys film excerpt

Ice and Fire 

Asylum Monologues

Verbatim Theatre

Helen East and Rick Wilson

Universal to Personal: the story circle

Folktales and music provide a doorway to connecting with refugee narratives as Helen and Rick perform an excerpt from a musical storytelling presentation created for a refugee camp as part of the Hakaya Al Balad Festival and British Council, Jordan, storytelling project

Fargespill with Ole Hamre and Sissel Saue

Fargespill is an intimate, musical meeting with young peoples’ stories about who they are and where they come from, told through music and dance from their respective cultures.

University College London Department of Anthropology in partnership with the Institute of Advanced Studies (UCL), Organization for Identity and Cultural Development, ArtEZ Institute of the Arts (Netherlands) and the Armenian Institute.

Funded by University College London Knowledge Exchange Programme

Photo credit: Fargespill by Helge Hansen