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Until Sat 19th Jan

A Place At The Table

@ Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre, London

Featuring: Daedalus Theatre Company

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A Place At The Table: Daedalus Theatre Company

A Place at the Table is a company-devised performance, first shown in a pilot version at Camden People's Theatre, that explores the conflicting narratives which have shaped Burundian history, and that of the wider ‘African Great Lakes’ region.

Using documentary and verbatim material generated through workshops with campaigners and refugees as a starting point, it centres on the 1993 coup in which President Ndadaye was assassinated (one of the triggers for the Rwandan genocide) but also goes back through colonial history to the ancient myths that shape national identity.

Though rooted in fact and developed in collaboration with two campaigning journalists, the play offers the audience a highly theatrical experience that attempts to explore the subtle, dangerous relationships between history, myth, identity and violence.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre


Address:
17-25 New Inn Yard
London
EC2A 3EA 51.524849, -0.079119


Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre map


Train

  → Shoreditch High Street 2 min walk


Tube

  → Old Street 10 min walk
  → Liverpool St 10 min walk
  → Aldgate East 13 min walk