Fireworks

Fireworks - Women and Children In Gaza:

Fireworks - Women and Children In Gaza: Coinciding with the run of the play 'Fireworks' by Palestinian Dalia Taha at the Royal Court Theatre, several events will offer audiences radical thinking and provocative discussion inspired by the work on stage. This event  will see Reem Abu Jaber, General Manager of Nawa for Culture and Arts Association in Gaza, lead a discussion on the effects of the recent war in Gaza on local children, accompanied by a short film.

Fireworks - Raja Shehadeh and David Grieg In Conversation

Fireworks - Raja Shehadeh and David Grieg In Conversation: Coinciding with the run of the play 'Fireworks' by Palestinian Dalia Taha at the Royal Court Theatre, several events will offer audiences radical thinking and provocative discussion inspired by the work on stage. This event will see award-winning author and leading Palestinian writer Raja Shehadeh in conversation with David Greig on his book 'Language of Peace, Language of War' and to be followed by book signing in the bookshop.

Fireworks - Dalia Taha In Conversation

Fireworks - Dalia Taha In Conversation: Coinciding with the run of the play 'Fireworks' by Palestinian Dalia Taha at the Royal Court Theatre, several events will offer audiences radical thinking and provocative discussion inspired by the work on stage. This event will see Taha in conversation with director Richard Twyman and the Royal Court’s International Director, Elyse Dodgson. This is free event if you have a ticket for the evening's performance on 20 February, 2015 at the Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, London SW1W 8AS.

February – Arab Revolutions Theme - Music, Art Exhibitions, Talks, Films and Theatre featuring Dissident Puppets!

Serious with dark-humour, it will feature some original films made by the real-but-anonymous members of the dissident Syrian puppeteer company Masasit Mati; who have acquired a powerful online reputation for using finger-puppetry to firstly mock President Bashar al-Assad and whom continue up until now to cross borders between Lebanon and Syria in order to put up their political-lampooning performances.