Iceandfire Theatre in collaboration with UCL’s Migration Research Unit are performing extracts from two of their plays examining asylum and migration in Europe today.
The performance is followed by a panel discussion with Sonja Linden, founder of iceandfire and writer; Sarah Mulley, IPPR; Jill Rutter, formerly Refugee and Migrant Justice; Mike Emberson, Migrant Helpline, chaired by Gayle Munro, Migration Research Unit, Department of Geography, UCL.
There will be a reception in the foyer of the Roberts Building following the event.
Asylum Dialogues: ‘based on real life conversations between friends, this play explores everyday encounters between British people and those seeking sanctuary in the UK’.
On a Clear Day you can see Dover ‘weaves together testimonies gathered from migrants destitute in Calais, revealing the voices at the front line of Europe’s asylum system’.
This event is part of UCL’s Migration Week and is funded by UCL Grand Challenges.
Monday 4th April at 5pm, Roberts Building, UCL, Room G06, Torrington Place, London – Free event – All welcome!
The feature image of UCL is by Steve Cadman on Flickr and shared under a Creative Commons licence.