Memories of a Lullaby, Edinburgh 15 June 2016Add to Lightbox Download
Memories of a Lullaby - the need to remember and the wish to forget - is a one-woman show by Saras Feijoo about a true story growing up in Venezuela. It draws from multiple stories in order to reveal the constant tension between horror and beauty, desperation and hope.
This piece explores how socio-political conditions shape us as individuals, while attempting to give a perspective on how reality differs greatly depending on where we are born and raised.
This performance is a hard-hitting exposition of existence combining storytelling, physical theatre with visual art elements to give a full-on, yet tender performance by a performer with first-hand experience of the events she portrays.
The show will be performed as part of Refugee Festival Scotland on 15 – 16 June at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh; 17 June at Borders Book Festival, Melrose; and Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow on 18 June.
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- Memories of a Lullaby | Edinburgh | 15 June 2016