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If you have moved away from where you were born and raised, where is home? Surely it's not back where you came from because something made you want to get away, but is it where you lay your hat tonight? Where the heart is? Or is it both those things and neither? Have you lost something forever by leaving and what have you gained then? Can you ever feel at home again? Icelander Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir (Prague Fringe Award, Bobby Award for Richard III (a one-woman show)), Swede Maria Jones and Devon born Tom Oakes (Finalist BBC Fame Academy) tell their tales of belonging and not belonging through new writing, interviews and music. This is an honest, bold and slightly political piece devised by the three along with dramaturg Glenys Leigh McIntyre, supported by the Tron Theatre, Glasgow. As we move towards the EU referendum we want these questions asked. Two of us won't get to vote you see. Our future is in your hands.Performers Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir, Maria Jones, Tom Oakes.
Author Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir. Author Tom Oakes. Company Brite Theatre. Dramaturg Glenys Leigh McIntyre.
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