There Be Migrants Here

Written by Sara Bodinar
Directed by Ioana Batis
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In the Brexit aftermath, war rages in England and France. Daisy and Tom are British refugees who have escaped to the relative calm of rural Romania, where ill-equipped to cope with life on the run, they stalk the house of local couple; Mariam and Cezar, looking for somewhere to hide.

On discovering the refugees, Mariam and Cesar, display nothing but kindness towards them, a response for which Daisy and Tom are wholly unprepared. There be Migrants here is a play about prejudice and the different paths open to us when we choose to open or close our minds.

Sara Bodinar

Sara Bodinar (Playwright) has had theatrical pieces performed in Nottingham and Abu Dhabi, but this is her first full-length play. Also a screenwriter and columnist, her short film "Rambling On" has just won an award for "Best Ensemble Cast." In May of this year, Sara took part in the 15 mile charity Moonwalk around London. The most exciting part of the route was walking past Theatre 503, where she knew she would soon be watching her latest project come to life.

Dates

Sunday 13 August Sun 13 Aug 19:45 Book Now
Monday 14 August Mon 14 Aug 19:45 Book Now
Artistic Team
Writer
Sara Bodinar
Director
Ioana Batis
Executive Producer
Adwoa-Alexsis Mintah
Producer
Ernest Gromov
Cast
Cezar
Marcus Churchill
Miriam
Ira Komind
Tom
Jerome Dowling
Richard
Ernest Gromov

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