EVROS | The Crossing River
June 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
After winning Summerhall’s Lustrum Award 2018 at Edinburgh Festival Fringe and being featured on BBC World Service, Seemia Theatre’s spellbinding Evros | The Crossing River comes to Brasshouse Community Centre as part of Refugee Week 2019, thanks to support from Black Country Touring
Follow Doaa who dreams of a better life amongst a backdrop of war, terror and enduring love. The boy from the local garden centre, whose tranquil existence amongst the flowers is torn apart. A mother who cannot keep her children safe.
This immersive experience envelopes you into the current refugee crisis. Evros | The Crossing River explodes with Seemia’s unique blend of storytelling, musicality and physical theatre.
Devised with generous support from Arcola Theatre as part of the LAB for BAMER artists, Theatre Deli and Arts Council England.
★★★★ “Emotive, challenging and sharp” –PlaysToSee
★★★★ “Steeped in emotion” –GetTheChance
“A haunting and harrowing portrait of family suffering down the ages” –The Stage
“Incredibly powerful and moving” –TheatreBubble
“Evros is a truly vital and moving response to an urgent political subject” – VoiceMag
Tickets are on sale from Eventbrite on a pay as you feel with a suggested donation of £5.00.
|Time||7:30 pm - 9:00 pm|
|Venue||Brasshouse Community Centre|
North Smethwick Development Trust
0121 555 5672
|Price||Pay What You Decide (Suggested £5 donation)|