A report from Asylum Monologues in Edinburgh!

Dr Grit Wesser, a postdoctoral fellow in Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh, reports on the recent Asylum Monlogues event in Edinburgh. The blog was first published here. For further information about the monologues, including details of a...

Season’s Greetings!

Season’s Greetings from ice&fire! How do you welcome in the festive season? By workshopping a new musical about benefits and long-term unemployment of course! A co-production we are planning with Boundless Theatre, written by Seiriol Davies, Scroungers...

A little help from our friends…

Friday 16th September We need your help With rehearsals just over a week away for the premiere of our production of The Island Nation at the Arcola Theatre, and with one key source of expected funding not coming through, we are reaching out to you, our friends and...

How do we reach new audiences?

This is a question that plagues many people working in the human rights field. How do we speak to the not-already-converted? The skeptics? Even the haters? Our Actors for Human Rights model is effective. We know that it has motivated people to get inolved in the...

2016 – our year so far!

The year so far… As plans get underway for the premiere of The Island Nation, our new production about the end of the Sri Lankan civil war (October/November at the Arcola, generously supported by Arts Council England), we have also completed an R&D phase on...
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