By Elyse Dodgson
A choice of 5 notable performs exploring and reflecting modern existence around the close to East and North Africa.
Withdrawal by means of Mohammad Al Attar (Syria)
603 via Imad Farajin (Palestine)
Damage via Kamal Khalladi (Morocco)
The House through Arzé Khodr (Lebanon)
Egyptian Products via Laila Soliman (Egypt)
In 2007 the Royal courtroom Theatre’s foreign division and the British Council launched into an formidable venture operating with twenty-one writers from around the close to East and North Africa. Seven of the consequent performs bought rehearsed readings on the Royal courtroom Theatre, London, in 2008. This quantity, brought by way of Laila Hourani of the British Council, collects 5 of those specific new voices, every one posing diversified yet both pressing questions.
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