Migrant Events - February- London - Performance

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 Migrant Voice - Migrant Events - February- London - Performance

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So Many Reasons, a story about the unique influence our mothers have on how we understand the world, from the perspective of a first generation British Ghanaian woman, Camden Peoples Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Road, NW1,until 16 February.
Info: 7419 4841

Clever and candid coming of age tale


The Brothers Size, reinterpretation of West African myths, Young Vic, 66 The Cut, SE1, until 14 February.
Info: www.youngvic.org / 7922 2922


*There or Here, poignant comedy follows the journey of Robyn and Ajay who return to India – the country of Ajay’s birth – to outsource their pregnancy. But their increasing inability to be each other’s comfort drives them to seek solace from strangers on the other end of their phone lines in the unlikeliest of places - call centres, drive-throughs and even sex lines, Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, N4, until 17 February.
Info: 7870 6876/ info@parktheatre.co.uk


The Brothers Are Believers, explores the radicalisation of young Muslim men and the limits of legal freedom freedom of expression, Bush Theatre, until 10 February.
Info: 8743 5050/  www.bushtheatre.co.uk /

The brothers Are Believers bucks the trend


from Wednesday 14 February

Angry, George Henley and Tyrone Huntley alternate in delivering a series of five gender-neutral monologues on a variety of subjects including refugees, £20/£16/£12, Southwark Playhouse, until 10 March.

Info: 7407 0234/ www.southwarkplayhouse.co.uk/


Friday 23 February

Arabs Are Not Funny!, Sarah Agha, Mohamed Omar, Zahra Barri, Fatiha El-Ghorri, Marouen Mraihi, 9:30-11pm, £15, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, SW7.
Info: www.arabbritishcentre.org.uk/


from Tuesday 27 February

Returning to Haifa, English-language adaptation of the classic novella by Ghassan Kanafani, it's a story of two families – one Palestinian, one Israeli – forced by history into an intimacy they didn’t choose, £6/£14, Finborough Theatre, 118 Finborough Road, SW10, until 24 March.
Info: www.finboroughtheatre.co.uk/  www.arabbritishcentre.org.uk/  



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