Pavan J Singh

"Refuge" is a one-person play that tells the story of Braham, an ordinary shopkeeper who is forced to leave the comforts of his home and take a perilous journey as he becomes a refugee. Braham describes how his hometown is slowly attacked and destroyed. And as the carnage gets closer to his own house, he makes the difficult decision to take his family and run for safety, by whatever means necessary.

Along the way, he is helped by some, taken advantage of by others, and has his and his family’s lives threatened on numerous occasions. All throughout, he reminisces about the priceless memories he leaves behind, as the play jumps back and forth in time. The audience experiences how his life was as beautiful, as real and as human as their own.

"Refuge" has been staged 3 times in the past to great audience reviews. Most recently, "Refuge" was presented at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2023, where it received an Encore Producers Award and invited to perform for an additional weekend.

60 mins


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Theatre, One Person Show, Over 18s, Drama, Tragedy

Theatre, One Person Show, Over 18s, Drama, Tragedy


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