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  • Asylum Monologues in Lancaster

    Part of the Business of Immigration Detention Conference 22-23 January. Asylum Monologues performance is public and starts at 7pm.


    Posted on 1/22/2015
  • Asylum Monologues in Brighton

    Performance at University of Sussex for a Theatre and Ethics class. This is a closed event.


    Posted on 11/26/2014
  • Asylum Monologues in London

    As part of Hackney Green Party’s AGM, 3-6pm at Lea Rowing Club, E5 9BL (non-members welcome from 4:30-6pm for performance and discussion)


    Posted on 11/15/2014
  • Asylum Monologues in Oxford

    Part of Feminism in Theory and Action conference: https://www.facebook.com/feminismtheoryaction?fref=ts


    Posted on 11/1/2014
  • Sexual Violence Testimonies in Newcastle

    10am – 4pm at Brunswick Methodist Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7BJ. Part of Amnesty International Newcastle, Columbia Day, a performance of Verbatim testimonies from victims of sexual violence perpetrated by participants in Colombia’s civil war .


    Posted on 10/25/2014
  • “I only see what I know” – how to write a play about something else

    Reading about the Aryans who came to Pakistan in 1500 BCE, about how they were expert horsemen and aggressive fighters, armed with iron weapons, the image I see is Brad Pitt. Leather breastplate, astride a horse and speaking with that vaguely historical sentence structure that Blackadder so effectively parodied – ‘yes it is, not that […]


    Posted on 1/10/2014
  • Freedom from torture at the Bath Literary Festival

    Written by Hasani for The Independent Blog – Hasani is one of the participants in the Souvenirs project ‘What happened to me, the marks on my body, the memories, they are going to be my souvenirs.’These words are those of a victim and survivor of torture recounting the horrific experiences she went through. The words […]


    Posted on 4/5/2013
  • The Nine O’Clock Slot – Artist in Residence reflections

    Our Artist-in-Residence, playwright Hannah Davies, reflects on her experience with us during 2012 in developing Art of Dying, now called The Nine O’Clock Slot. I was invited to work with ice&fire in 2012 on the research and development process for their Art of Dying project. This was the initial phase of development of a new […]


    Posted on 3/24/2013
  • The Nine O’Clock Slot (previously The Art of Dying)

    By Annecy Hayes We have just completed phase two of the research and development work on our new piece, The Art of Dying. The process was frenetic, challenging and stimulating and full of important discoveries about the future shape and content of the piece. I’m happy to report that whilst working on a play about […]


    Posted on 1/25/2013
  • Meditate that this came about

    ‘You who live safe in your warm houses, you who find, returning in the evening, hot food and friendly faces, consider if this is a man…’ These opening lines of the Primo Levi poem that prefaces his book If This Is A Man, came into my head as I prepared to go on the platform […]


    Posted on 8/16/2010

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