The event at 2pm on Sat 10 Jul will be BSL-Interpreted.
Shaped by her life, it weaves together politics and dreams, loss and fulfilment into a one-woman verse play that explores adoption and mixed-heritage.
Taking audiences on a voyage from West Yorkshire to the borders of Syria through family, romance and culture, it asks a big question: how do we become who we are?
Both funny and philosophical, this profound piece of theatre examines the immense impact of displacement on our sense of self.
lisa luxx is a queer writer, performer, essayist and activist of British Syrian heritage. She writes for freedom, for healing, to mobilise and to inquire.
This collaborative project spearheaded by luxx (writer, director, performer) brings together a team of Arab women artists: Tamara Al-Mashouk (visual designer), Nour Sokhon (sound designer), Diyan Zora (dramaturg), Scarlett Saad (sound engineer) and Alia Alzougbi (producer).
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