Venue: Hall (see map below)
6.30-9pm | £5 solidarity | £3 standard | £0 broke
ages 14+ please note, some material could be considered distressing. email email@example.com with any questions
Our cafe is licenced and the kitchen opens until 7pm every Tuesday, so come down early and eat some delicious food before the event. Check out their menu here
The Actors for Human Rights programme was founded in 2006 and is a network of more than 700 professional actors across the UK who are dedicated to drawing public attention to human rights concerns. They respond to requests for rehearsed readings of their documentary plays and can go anywhere at any time.
Ice&Fire explores human rights stories through performance. They put human rights at the core of everything we do to make accessible theatre for a wide range of audiences across the UK.
The reading will be followed by a Q&A Panel Discussion.
‘This was not what I expected. I was expecting some kind of inauthentic moralising verbatim theatre experience. The acting (in Asylum Monologues) was delicate, minimal, allowing the words to speak for themselves. Although we know it must go on, it’s still shocking to hear the first-hand accounts of people devoured by the heartless machine of bureaucracy. This was brave, honest, close to the bone.’ – OXFORD THEATRE REVIEW
INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING?
Here at St. Margaret’s House, we are always in need of a helping hand to ensure our programme is as good as it can be.
Some of the things we are always in need of help with:
General event set-up
Managing ticket sales on the door
Getting audience feedback
Helping run our event bars
If you have a passion for performing arts, wish to improve upon your own experience and are up for helping out, please email George at firstname.lastname@example.org with the ‘event date and title’ in the subject, along with a contact number.