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Journey of a Refugee

Part of This is Croydon, Theatre-Rites with Agudo Dance Company present this powerful and moving production that explores the journey and arrival of a refugee, and the universal theme of people searching for a place they can call home.

Come and immerse yourself in this world, and experience stories told through a beautiful blend of puppetry and performance.  Suitable for everyone, especially school and family audiences.

Journey of a Refugee is a promenade performance and audiences will walk through installations as the story unfolds.

This production is inspired by The Welcoming Party originally co-produced by Theatre-Rites, Manchester International Festival, Z-arts and the Ruhrtriennale Festival.

“It’s a gorgeous, politically engaged and beautifully created show.” ★★★★★  The Reviews Hub

“This is, no two ways about it, an astonishing piece of theatre: a kids’ show that handles immigration both as lived experience and as a bureaucratic system, with such nuance and sophistication that it teaches adults a thing or two as well” ★★★★★ WhatsonStage, The Welcoming Party

Performances run from 3 – 18th of February
Running time: approx 75 minutes
Group bookings of 6+ get 20% off, email bookings@stanleyarts.org.

School performances will take place from Tuesday 6th to Friday 9th February (10:15 and 13:30 each day). For further information and to book please contact bookings@theatre-rites.co.uk


The performance on Saturday 10th at 2pm is British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted.

Credits: 
Sue Buckmaster (director) Simon Daw (designer) Frank Moon (composer) Mark Doubleday (lighting designer) Jose Agudo (assistant director and movement director) Gareth Howells (production
manager) Mohamed Sarrar (additional composition) Natalia Alvarez (costume supervisor)

The cast includes: Adi Detemo, Kassichana Okene-Jameson, Mohamed Sarrar, Vivian Triantafyllopoulou

@joseagudodancecompany
#JourneyofaRefugee
#ThisisCroydon
#CultureCroydon
#StanleyArts

Journey of a refugee is supported by Theatre-Rites, Arts Council England, This is Croydon, The Fenton Arts Trust, John Thaw Trust, Enterprise Arts Trust

Journey of a Refugee

Part of This is Croydon, Theatre-Rites with Agudo Dance Company present this powerful and moving production that explores the journey and arrival of a refugee, and the universal theme of people searching for a place they can call home.

Come and immerse yourself in this world, and experience stories told through a beautiful blend of puppetry and performance.  Suitable for everyone, especially school and family audiences.

Journey of a Refugee is a promenade performance and audiences will walk through installations as the story unfolds.

This production is inspired by The Welcoming Party originally co-produced by Theatre-Rites, Manchester International Festival, Z-arts and the Ruhrtriennale Festival.

“It’s a gorgeous, politically engaged and beautifully created show.” ★★★★★  The Reviews Hub

“This is, no two ways about it, an astonishing piece of theatre: a kids’ show that handles immigration both as lived experience and as a bureaucratic system, with such nuance and sophistication that it teaches adults a thing or two as well” ★★★★★ WhatsonStage, The Welcoming Party

Performances run from 3 – 18th of February
Running time: approx 75 minutes
Group bookings of 6+ get 20% off, email bookings@stanleyarts.org.

School performances will take place from Tuesday 6th to Friday 9th February (10:15 and 13:30 each day). For further information and to book please contact bookings@theatre-rites.co.uk


The performance on Saturday 10th at 2pm is British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted.

Credits: 
Sue Buckmaster (director) Simon Daw (designer) Frank Moon (composer) Mark Doubleday (lighting designer) Jose Agudo (assistant director and movement director) Gareth Howells (production
manager) Mohamed Sarrar (additional composition) Natalia Alvarez (costume supervisor)

The cast includes: Adi Detemo, Kassichana Okene-Jameson, Mohamed Sarrar, Vivian Triantafyllopoulou

@joseagudodancecompany
#JourneyofaRefugee
#ThisisCroydon
#CultureCroydon
#StanleyArts

Journey of a refugee is supported by Theatre-Rites, Arts Council England, This is Croydon, The Fenton Arts Trust, John Thaw Trust, Enterprise Arts Trust