Set off on a voyage through space in this completely original, wordless, one-woman show. A Strange New Space parallels Amira’s real-life journey as a refugee across continents, melding physical theatre with stunning puppetry and original music.
This performance is in support of Bristol Refugee Festival, which will see events held city-wide throughout June to celebrate the contribution refugees make to Bristol. A Strange New Space will help audiences understand more about the lives and stories of refugees, and will be an unforgettable introduction to theatre for viewers of four years and older.
This production has been developed in partnership with The Trinity Centre, May Park Primary School, Integrate Bristol and Circomedia, funded by Arts Council England.
The 11am showing will be a relaxed performance where the audience do not have to be quiet. The show is performed in a way that is specifically accessible for children and young people with autism, learning disabilities and sensory and communication disorders AND their families.