Runtime: 1h 00m
Presented by an all queer-person-of-colour company, this show turns real conversations between a refugee mother and daughter into a live-scored tragicomedy about humour, story-telling, intergenerational trauma and the Lebanese war. Coriander is the UK's first theatre company made entirely of queer people of colour. We make politically engaged devised shows, and work with performance poetry, dance, installation and live music. We use collective theatre-making to build community, and we create networks of support for marginalised artists. We donate part of all our profits to indigenous environmentalist groups, are a zero plastics company, and construct our sets from found and recycled materials. 15+ Tags: Lighthearted,Live Music,Minority Voices *War, mention of death, mention of sexual assault, trauma, racism.