Our ReAct programme is a series of response projects to the current season of Royal Court shows. They provide an opportunity for a group to work with a professional director to make their own performance-led response piece.

A History of Water in the Middle East: ReAct

Introduction to theatre making for people of Middle Eastern heritage

A free workshop on Sat 2 November for anyone of Middle Eastern heritage who would like to learn about theatre making and how to tell stories, be it stories about your own experience or stories you’d like to see on stage.

The workshop will be led by Hannah Khalil and Hassan Abdulrazzak, two of the co-founders of Manara Theatre which champions the work of Middle Eastern and North African playwrights.

The workshop includes a FREE ticket to see Sabrina Mahfouz’s A History of Water in the Middle East in the evening at 7.45pm.

Sat 2 November
Workshop 1: 3pm-4.30pm
Workshop 2: 5pm-6.30pm
Followed by performance of A History of Water in the Middle East at 7.45pm


Click the following link to book your free space by Thu 31 October:

Tickets for workshop 1 at 3pm + performance at 7.45pm
Tickets for workshop 2 at 5pm + performance at 7.45pm

This event is for people of Middle Eastern heritage of all ages – no prior experience in theatre required.

Tickets limited to one per person.

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