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You can attend the readings and the debates of Migrations Harbour Europe free of charge. However lovely Studio 2 has limited capacity, so please BOOK YOUR FREE TICKETS to avoid disappointment.


GENESIS
by Chiara Boscaro (Italy)
Translated by Lara Parmiani

DATE: 5th February 2019 @1.30PM
VENUE: Arcola Theatre Studio 2
24 Ashwin St, London E8 3DL
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A woman arrives in a foreign city. All around her, a language she can’t speak. Who is she? A refugee escaping war? Or somebody looking for a better place to bring a new life to the world? A modern morality play with the charm of a fairytale and the depth of an old myth

The reading will be followed by a Q&A chaired by Dr Bernadette Cochrane (University of Queensland, Australia)


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THE SEA IS MY NATION 
by Hala Moughanie (Lebanon/France)
Translated by Ruth Valentine 

DATE: 6th February 2019 @1.30PM
VENUE: Arcola Theatre Studio 2 
24 Ashwin St, London E8 3DL
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A man and his wife live in the suburbs of a city full of trash. On hearing “migrants from the war” are arriving, they decide to build a barbwire border around their makeshift property. But the encounter with two migrant women heading to the sea, has a surprising outcome.

The reading will be followed by a Q&A chaired by Dr Roxane Paire (France) 


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CLOSED LANDS
by Simon Grangeat (France) 
Translated by Laure Fernandez

DATE: 7th February 2019 @1.30PM
VENUE: Arcola Theatre Studio 2
24 Ashwin St, London E8 3DL
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A mix between reportage, traveller’s diary and medieval Passion play, this powerful and evocative ensemble piece traces the history of modern walls – real and metaphorical. Is history bound to repeat itself?

The reading will be followed by debate chaired by Dr Szabolcs Musca (University of Lisbon/ New Tides Platform, UK). Panel members: Dr Vicky Angelaki (University of Reading), Dr Graca P. Correa (University of Lisbon), Dr Bernadette Cochrane (University of Queensland), Dr Roxane Paire.