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Recent Posts

  • Premiere of My Skype Family @ Southbank Centre, London

    In July 2012, the government radically changed the family migration rules, adding a new minimum income requirement for British nationals wishing to sponsor children, spouses or close family members from outside Europe. 43% of employees in the UK do not earn enough to meet this requirement. Falling in love with a foreigner now comes with […]


    Posted on 7/4/2015
  • Asylum testimonies in Oxford

    In collaboration with the Close Campsfield campaign. Venue and further details to be confirmed.


    Posted on 6/19/2015
  • Asylum Monologues in Kingston

    In collaboration with Refugee Action. Kingston Quaker Centre, Fairfield East, KT1 2PT @ 7pm.


    Posted on 6/15/2015
  • Asylum Monologues in Bolton

    Performance at a Refugee Health Care conference hosted by Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and Salford Clinical Commissioning Group. Macron Stadium, Bolton.


    Posted on 5/21/2015
  • Asylum Testimony in London

    As part of the Abused No More event hosted by  IARS Refugee and Asylum-seeking project. Lecture Theatre 1, Cruciform Building, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT @ 6pm


    Posted on 4/23/2015
  • Asylum Monologues in Leamington Spa

    7pm @ Robbin’s Well, 2 Victoria Terrace, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV31 3AB In collaboration with Warwick Univrsity STAR and Warwick University Amnesty Society. More info


    Posted on 4/22/2015
  • I am an Immigrant – campaign launch

    ice&fire will perform a short piece at the launch event of this innovative campaign in the run up to the May election. For more details click here


    Posted on 4/13/2015
  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival – Pick of the Bunch

    By Freddie Machin Prior to every film screened at this year’s Human Rights Watch Film Festival there runs a trailer stating the impact of their work around the world. In 2014 they brought the use of child labour on US tobacco farms to national attention. Thanks to their campaigning they have helped to stop children […]


    Posted on 3/30/2015
  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival 18-27 March

    By Freddie Machin Through live performance, ice&fire draws attention to human rights abuses all around the world. But for the individual here in the UK it can often feel we have little agency in affecting the course of national or international decision making. The most frequent question posed by audience members following any ice&fire production […]


    Posted on 3/24/2015
  • Refugee Week Annual Conference

    By Freddie Machin Refugee Week 2015 will take place on the 15-21 June, just a month after the UK general election. And even in that short interim, the political discourse around the status of refugees, migrants and those seeking asylum may change substantially. Ahead of events planned for all around the UK this summer, Counterpoint […]


    Posted on 2/20/2015

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