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Three To See on 28 Sep: Hijabi Monologues, Shall We Take This Outside, To Walk In Your Shoes

By | Published on Thursday 21 September 2017

And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

Hijabi Monologues | Bush Theatre | 28-30 Sep
Hijabi Monologues London is part of an international project focusing on the real-life experiences of both local and international Muslim women, to culminate in this theatrical performance. Directed by Milli Bhatia, the show will include existing previously written monologues, plus new works from members of the Bush Theatre’s immediate community. For more info and to book see this page here.

Shall We Take This Outside | The Albany | 28 Sep
“Everyone wants to be a hero, right? Heroes are cool. Heroes make the world better. They don’t lose their keys or drop their phones in the toilet. They get stuff done. But heroes are usually men. And they’re usually pretty handy in a scrap. In fact, a lot of heroes are really into fighting.” National slam champion Adam Kammerling and dance/parkour ‘super humans’ Eric Mitchell and Jacob Smart collaborate on this exploration of the effects of hero behaviour on the way we view violence. Head this way for details.

To Walk In Your Shoes | Theatre503 | 28 Sep (pictured)
A moving and funny verbatim piece, created by Rebekah Harrison using interviews with asylum seekers, refugees and community workers living and working in the North of England, which challenges media perpetuated myths and demonstrates the resilience of the human spirit. “There is no immigrant because we are all human. If a British person can be an ex-patriot in Africa, then we are all ex-patriots here, seeking a better life.” See the venue website here for more.



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