'Asylum Monologues' Iceandfire Production
Thu 05 October 2017 19:00-21:00
Deep End, Regent Street
What’s it really like to be an asylum seeker in the UK? Find out in iceandfire’s Asylum Monologues, coming to Westminster this Thursday. Described as ‘brave’ and ‘honest’, the play is a first-hand account of the UK’s asylum system in the words of people who have actually experienced it.
Launched at Amnesty International in June 2006, Asylum Monologues has gained huge popularity and has been touring the UK ever since.
Come and join us this Thursday as we hear the true, real-life stories about the UK’s asylum system from those who have experienced it.
‘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.’ – Oxford Theatre Review
Location: Deep End, Regent Street Campus
Time: Arrive by 7pm for a 7.30pm start
Read more about the production and how it relates to Black History Month here