Of Another World will be performed at the Penny Theatre as part of the Canterbury Fringe Festival.
This poignant narrative is delivered entirely in verse and is brought to life in a moving production that employs various forms of live animation: pairing an actor with shadow puppetry and carved figures, projection and sound-scaping that will appeal to a wide set of audiences.
Avaes Mohammad and Caroline Astell-Burt will be performing as part of a day of events called Moving a Country: Refugee Stories.
2pm – Poetry readings
4pm – Of Another World performance
5.45pm – Political Poetry through the Ages – panel discussion
Entry is free throughout the day, donations to Kent Refugee Help are welcome. More information here >
In partnership with the University of Kent and Kent Refugee Help.