Performance

We meet in paradise

TheatreFragile

Wednesday 17 & Thursday 18 May 8.30pm

The Forum

Two masked characters hold hands as they perform outside.

© Manuel Grund

A theatrical collage of escape and exile.

A roaming wooden box searches for a place to land after a long journey through unknown lands.

Masked characters emerge to tell tales of their escape and arrival, dreams and fears, and how they’ve started their lives anew. Exile is the name of their destination. Asylum is their hope. For this mask theatre piece, TheatreFragile met with local refugees and support workers to gather their stories and experiences. They bring these unheard voices to the centre of an interactive performance that poetically presents the complex issues of exile.

Performance runs: c. 1 hr 30 mins (1 hr performance + 30 mins installation)

The Tarmac Outdoor Programme sponsor

Tarmac

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Supported by The Forum.

The Tarmac Outdoor Programme is supported by The Paul Bassham Charitable Trust and The Geoffrey Watling Charity.

We meet in paradise new version and the tour 2016 is supported by Ministerium fur Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen & Kultursekretariat NRW. The participative project is supported by: Fonds Soziokultur, Ministerium fur Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein- Westfalen, Kulturagentur des andesverbandes Lippe, Hangar 21 & Sparda Bank Detmold.

Norwich production co-produced by TheatreFragile and Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

We meet in paradise has received a Creation aid by the IN SITU network, in the frame of Platform and Act. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (DGEAC – Culture programme).