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Performance

VenueNew Wolsey Theatre
Other spaces: Studio
TownIpswich
CountySuffolk
From4th March 2014
To8th March 2014
WhenTue 19:00. Wed-Sat 19:45. Wed,Sat Mats 14:30
PricesFrom £8.50. To £20.00.
What is currently on at New Wolsey Theatre (V81)

Refugee Boy

T01720587429
Alem and his father are in a B&B in Datchet. Alem has lived in Ethiopia and Eritrea but this is his best holiday ever. But in the morning Alem's father is gone, a note explains that his parents didn't want him to risk his life in the war at home. So they have left him in the UK. A refugee. From care home, to foster home, from school to court, Alem's journey makes him reach inside himself to find courage to go on and strength to speak out.
Author Benjamin Zephaniah


Archive :: production:T01720587429, play:S1615836499, venue:V81

Production details

Recommended age: 10+. Running time: 90mins

Company

Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse
Adapted by Lemn Sissay
Director Gail McIntyre
Director Natasha Betteridge (associate director)
Design Emma Williams
Lighting Malcolm Rippeth
Sound Jonnie Khan
Design Mic Pool (projection)
Director Lucy Hind (movement)
DramaturgBen Jancovich
Director Kay Magson (casting)
Performer Fisayo Akinade (Alem)
Performer Rachel Caffrey
Performer Andrew French
Performer Dominic Gately
Performer Becky Hindley
Performer Dwayne Scantlebury

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