This new play highlights the challenges refugees encounter in finding a home in the world. It’s on Thursday 23 September at the Seligman Theatre at the Chapter Arts Centre.
Information and bookings: https://www.chapter.org/whats-on/performance/where-to-belong/8196
Some free seats are available for asylum seekers.
Double award nominated theatre maker Victor Esses presents ‘Where To Belong’, a tender, moving, autobiographical show about Victor’s identity as a Jewish-Lebanese, Brazilian, gay man and finding your home in the world.
In 1975, Victor’s mother fled Lebanon as a refugee of the Civil War. In 2017, Victor visited Lebanon for the first time. In 2018, amidst the elections that will see Brazil choose a far-right president, he travels from London to São Paulo to show his partner the city of his childhood.
Photograph: Alex Brenner, used with permission.