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  • Dual دوگانه

    Tue 19 Sep - Sat 23 Sep at 7pm
    Tickets £8 - £15
    ‘Joy, terror, mess, and fun.’ Award-winning show on the precariousness of being a British-Iranian, the value of passports and how to “do” a revolution. Features puppets, drag and Pedar.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 75 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeLoud noises at points with vivid lights & projection. The performer at times engages directly with the audience for moments of group interaction. Some strong language. Scenes of political unrest.Age guidance: 14+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeFlashing Lights,Loud Noises,Visual Effects (glitter curtains etc)

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    One woman, two passports, and two names: Peyvand is British, and Parisa is Iranian. As a child, Peyvand visited Iran with her father. They're held by the Iranian government, unable to return to the UK... Peyvand eventually returns (and makes a show about it). But what of Parisa?

    An award-winning work performed solo, made in collaboration with a multinational team featuring drag, animation, puppetry, and the voice of Pedar. Peyvand and Parisa fracture and multiply to an Anglo-Persian pop soundtrack as they ask how they can be advocates for themselves and allies to each other.

    Vault Festival 2020 Show of the Week Award & Lyn Gardner's Stagedoor Top pick

    The show has many Relaxed elements built in. You can read the Relaxed Show Guide here to get an understanding of what to expect in the show.

    Original idea developed as part of Starting Blocks at Camden People’s Theatre (2019). Further development at Barbican Theatre’s Open Lab (2021). Supported by Camden People’s Theatre, HOME Manchester , Pleasance Theatre Trust Ltd., and Keep It Fringe fund

    Supported by CPT
    "Heartfelt, cheekily irreverent and sharply satirical."
    Lyn Gardner
    " I have the feeling that I’m about to be, in some form or another, revolutionised."
    A Younger Theatre
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    View from the Outside
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