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Our part in creating those we label ‘monsters’

Three characters flee Libyan shores; while a tabloid reporter awaits them in Greece, seeking stories to fit a cynical narrative about the Syrian refugee crisis.
from Tara Theatre on Jan 15, 2019.

From The Jungle to the UK

Borderline was a satire of the Calais Jungle devised and performed by refugee and European performers.Now comes a new story - set on this side of The Channel.
from The Bunker on Jan 8, 2019.

The price of conversion in southern Africa

Jekesai, fleeing forced marriage, finds herself working for a Catholic priest in southern Africa. He relishes the chance to mould his new convert, but salvation has a price.
from Young Vic on Dec 5, 2018.

Migrants on screen

The London Migration Film Festival "hopes to challenge the rhetoric that overwhelmingly reduces migrants to simplistic categories: active enemies or passive victims."
from London Migration Film Festival on Dec 1, 2018.

60 Chinese events across London

London is to host the first arts festival in the UK dedicated to British-Chinese performance and culture in 2019.
by Daniel on Dec 1, 2018.

Palestine's festival of film

Animation, revolution, imprisonment, music, memory, science fiction - it's time for the Palestine Film Festival.
from Palestine Film Festival 2018 on Oct 26, 2018.

African soldiers in the First World War

John Akomfrah's multimedia installation remembers the millions of Africans and people of colour from across the globe who fought and took part in the First World War.
from Imperial War Museum on Oct 14, 2018.

Room to breathe

'Room to Breathe' invites you into the personal and communal spaces created by people starting new lives in Britain.
from Museum of Migration on Oct 8, 2018.

‘So I finally got my gift. Gifts are meant to be opened, right?’

Young Cleo was given her ‘gift’ at age seven – except that ‘gift’ left her with type 3 Female Mutilation.
from Park Theatre on Oct 4, 2018.

It's Africa film time in London again

Film Africa is back in November, with 39 films from 15 African countries, including 18 premieres.
from Africa Film on Sep 24, 2018.