Witness seven artists from migrant and refugee backgrounds as they weave music, dance and film to address themes of home, displacement and migration.

After two weeks in residence, living and working as a team, this event marks the first sharing of The Green Room Collective’s collaboration. Experience a powerful synthesis of strings, movement and spoken word!

A celebration of diversity and a dialogue of difference, the performers include:

  • Héctor Manchego (spoken word, film & dramaturgy)
  • Giuliano Modarelli (guitar & composition)
  • Angela Hui Wai Nok (percussion & composition)
  • Hossein Mirzagholi (bass, vocals & composition)
  • Mahshid Alavi (dance & movement)
  • Preetha Narayanan (violin & composition)
  • Deeptarka Mukhopadhyay (tabla, dholak & dhol & composition)

The day festival kicks off at 3pm with panel discussions and screenings on borders, home and sanctuary, culminating with The Green Room Collective’s landmark performance at 7.30pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a groundbreaking and inspiring event.

Daytime Programme (3pm – 6pm) – with Soumik Datta, The Green Room Collective, and guest artists from Good Chance and PROJEKT EUROPA.

  • Panel Discussion & Screening 1 – Home in Another Country: navigating displacement, identity and belonging.
  • Panel Discussion & Screening 2 – Bridging Borders: the role of the arts in celebrating diversity, providing refuge, and platforming migrant and refugee voices.

Evening Programme (7.30pm – doors)

  • Live performance by The Green Room Collective.

Produced by Soumik Datta Arts and supported by Arts Council England, Aga Khan Foundation, Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking, Counterpoints Arts and Good Chance Theatre.

If ticket price is a barrier, please use the code GREENFREE for a free ticket.


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