Mon 1 January 0001 - Thu 23 September 2021
Presented by Victor Esses and CASA (in partnership with Counterpoint Arts)
What makes a home for you?
Victor Esses is Jewish-Lebanese, Brazilian, and gay. In 1975, Victor's mother fled Lebanon as a refugee of the Civil War. In 2017, Victor visited Lebanon for the first time. In 2018, amidst the elections that will see Brazil choose a far-right president, he travels from London to São Paulo to show his partner the city of his childhood.
Where to Belong is the tender, moving autobiographical story of Victor’s journeys – an exploration of how to find your place in a rich and complex world of identities.
“Something that will stay with you” ★★★★ BritishTheatre.com
Age guidance: 14+
Running time: 60 mins
About Victor Esses
Victor Esses is an award nominated theatre maker and performance artist who uses storytelling, participation, multimedia, and live art to create open entry points into who we are now, and how we might imagine better futures. His work has encompassed performance art, interactive games, larp, theatre, music, poetry and video installation. He is an associate artist with CASA Festival and has performed, directed and shown work with Arcola Theatre, Whitechapel Gallery, Barbican (Fertility Fest), BAC, Summerhall, The Lowry, Arts Admin, Cambridge Junction, Latitude Festival and more.
£12 / £8
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