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Where Do We Go From Here

by Rank and File Theatre

10 people, one platform. A call for change but will change come?
Through missing a connection, we find we have more in common than that which divides us.
In the breakdown of a system comes the opportunity for something new.

Devised, written, and performed by asylum seekers, refugees, and those with lived experience of (dis)abilities or mental health challenges. This play speaks of our current times through the voices of people who often go unheard. Followed by post-show Q&A hosted by Fiona Talkington, writer, and broadcaster BBC Radio 3.

This performance will include BSL (British Sign Language) for the deaf community and wheelchair access is also available. This performance is suitable for 12+. If you need BSL interpretation and/or prefer to be near where the interpreters are more visible, please enquire about this via the Front of House staff before the show and ask them for recommendations. We will also have a BSL interpreter before the show to help with this.

With thanks to our partners:

Refugee Support GroupUniversity of Reading, LAMDA, Reading MuseumThe Museum of English Rural Life, Paff After the Emergency.

Supported by The Arts Council EnglandReading Council and Berkshire Community Foundation, thank you for your continued support.

Tickets: £10/£5 including ticket fee.
Running Time: 2hrs
Age Guidance: 12+