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A new promenade, site-responsive performance for teenage audiences, inspired by the real-life experiences of Londonís young asylum seekers.
Join us on a disorientating promenade performance that winds through the corridors, basements, and back alleys of an historic East End building. Explore a disconcerting world in limbo, half-rooted in memories of the past, but with an impending sense of danger. This is Senís world.
Sen is a 20 year old asylum seeker who faces being forced to return to her native war torn country: she lost her right to stay in the UK when she turned 18. Two years of waiting for a decision has left her in despair. She canít move forward with her life in the UK, but she is terrified of going back to her native country.
Faced with a series of bizarre situations, the audience join Sen as she attempts to negotiate a confusing bureaucratic system. Endless queues, senseless rules and unexpected evictions - these experiences are sometimes comic, and sometimes menacing. Come and play Senís Waiting Game.
Waiting Game has been inspired by Kazzumís workshops with young refugees and new communities in Britain. The issues are real and the perspectives are firmly those of young people themselves. Kazzum has involved these young people throughout the development of the production as creative partners.