Placing Migrant Histories Centre Stage – WORKSHOP

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Date / time: 14 February, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Printer Studio, Queen Mary University of London

Placing Migrant Histories Centre Stage - WORKSHOP


Placing Migrant Histories Centre Stage | A workshop funded by the Royal Historical Society

Pinter Studio, Arts One | 14 February 2-4 pm

Join us to explore how migrant histories can be represented through theatre and performance. This collaborative workshop will consider how artists and practitioners approach sensitive historical subjects, developing creative and practical skills for anyone interested in the performing arts, migrant stories and history.

The workshop is led by historian and playwright Thabo Stuck, creator of #50Days – a musical which reimagines the English Civil War through grime music. Described as the British Hamilton, and punctuated with commentary on our post-Brexit moment, #50Days tells this vital story of British history through the voices of underrepresented communities.

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