TIME IS UP for MIGRATIONS: HARBOUR EUROPE. Now it’s selection time!

LegalAliens in collaboration with New Tides Platform and Migrant Dramaturgies Network have been looking for plays by European or EU-based playwrights on the theme of Migrations: Harbour Europe. Now TIME IS UP! We encouraged submissions that addressed and reflected on the broad topic of migration and Europe. While we acknowledged the importance of documentary/ verbatim plays … More TIME IS UP for MIGRATIONS: HARBOUR EUROPE. Now it’s selection time!

NEWS

POKER FACE at VOILA! European Theatre Festival Poker Face will return to London for two nights as part of the VOILA! European Festival at the COCKPIT Theatre on the 12th and 14th of November. Tickets are already available, please book ahead for a £2 off by clicking on http://thecockpit.org.uk/show/poker_face More info soon! LegalAliens at TACS 2017 … More NEWS

THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED WORKSHOPS

From 2015 LegalAliens ha started running Theatre of the Oppressed workshops with young people, migrants and refugees. Our sessions involve warm up games directly inspired by August Boal’s “Games for an actors and non actors” in which participants discover space and movement through group and pair work, followed by simple devising tasks like creating a … More THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED WORKSHOPS

THE FIFTH LARGEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD- Our new project on migration

230 million people live in a country they were not born in, if it was a separate nation, it would be the fifth largest country in the world. This statistic is our starting point for the project we intend to develop. As a group of artists from different ethnic and national background, we have an … More THE FIFTH LARGEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD- Our new project on migration

LETS HEAR THE MIGRANTS’ VOICE: a collaboration in search of stories

Migrants come and steal our jobs. Migrants don’t speak our language properly and I can’t understand them. Migrants speak their language on the bus and I feel intimidated. I can’t recognise my neighbourhood anymore because migrants set up their shops. Migrants’ children slow down the rest of the class at school Migrants cause crime. Migrants … More LETS HEAR THE MIGRANTS’ VOICE: a collaboration in search of stories