Their experiences are extensive and diverse, but their voices are often neglected. Although just as crippled by past and on-going conflicts, the views, fears and concerns they hold have largely been ignored. Now, their stories are being told.
They place on the stage the shirts, the photos and the childhood toys of their kids, amid tears, laments and songs, turning the play into an irrefutable poetic witness. A charge that demands justice for their kidnapped relatives.
This water art, linked to the age-old tradition of the rice harvest, represents a special display of Vietnamese culture that reflects the simple, work lifestyle of the Vietnamese. Duong Bui Starting from the placing of mobile wooden figures to scare off demons and disasters, the first performances of […]
Culture is the main subject of an investigation being carried out amongst the Latin American community, finding problems and solutions with regards to this topic. The project, which has various branches, aims to investigate cultural consumption patterns of Latin Americans in London. To do this, one of the ways […]
The play tells the story of the birth of the mask of the “Commedia dell’Arte” of the 16th Century. Interpreted by Argentine Pablo Torregiani, it will be performed in London on the 8th December. Arlecchino, the protagonist of the historic ‘Commedia dell’Arte’, is a servant with an ever-changing personality: […]