A powerful and multidisciplinary show exploring intersecting stories from Eastern European folklore and contemporary experiences of migrants in the UK.
Places I Never Think About is a myth-ified exploration of the real-life experiences of Eastern European immigrants in the UK, examining identity, queerness and migrant joy through multidisciplinary storytelling including live-music, song, movement and poetry. The characters reimagine their own stories as paralleling the mythical tales they grew up with. Reclaiming traditional folklore, to explore the intersections of their cultural, sexual and gender identities. As each character summons their past, we learn of the ideological rift between the immigrants and the families they left behind as they seek to navigate the world between their old and new lives.
Duration: 60 mins
This show contains themes of xeniophobia, homophobia, transphobia and family conflicts.
Suitable for ages: 14 and over
Language no problem
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