One Land, Many Faces

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One Land, Many Faces

Time: September 21, 2015 to October 2, 2015
Location: Volcano Theatre
Street: 27-29 High Street
City/Town: Swansea
Website or Map: http://www.volcanotheatre.co.…
Phone: 01792 464790
Event Type: performances, and, workshops
Organized By: Erin Rickard
Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2015

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5 International authors explore European identity, 6 European artists bring their words to life.

Finishing their European Tour in Swansea's first Art Haus, with performances on the 30th September and 1st October. 

Is it possible to build a European identity while the main EU countries are still struggling to define their own? As tensions flare up in a context of economic crisis, what history do European people want to write together? Are we dreaming of mixing it up, of a mosaic federation or of independence? And how does the rest of the world perceive this little European continent, once dominant and rich, now in search of a new multicultural or intercultural identity? 

The performance is a collection of short stories that are linked to a particular aspect of European identity, taking into account both the insiders and outsiders perspective. 



Tickets are £6 each, doors open at 6:30pm, the performance starts at 7:30pm (approximately 1 hour).
You are welcome to bring your own drinks. 

When you purchase a ticket you will have the opportunity to attend an afternoon of informal activities and discussions, where you will explore with the cast and directors what being European (or not) means to you!  

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