Where: Theatre Delicatessen, 119 Farringdon Road, EC1R 3DA London, United Kingdom.
When: FRIDAY 18TH AT 7.30PM, SATURDAY 19TH IS SOLD OUT
“Peace was a white dove they’d show in schoolbooks and that white dove was about to leave my country”
Quite Right Theatre presents one man show Sanctum, the story of a young Kosovan called Gjergj who is forced to evacuate war torn Kosovo in 1999. His journey take him to Sheffield, UK where separation from his culture and his family theatrens to rupture his identity. It is only when an unlikely encounter with a kind stranger allows Gjergj to dream of finding safe sanctuary.
The events are based on the real accounts of refugees at the time including the family members of performer Ardi Mejzini.
Quite Right Theatre supported by O2 Think Big funding, toured Sanctum throughout 2015, taking it to the recent Platforma Festival in November and has been enjoyed by audiences in Leicester, Sheffield & Gravesend.
There are just 50 seats in the lovely black box space we’ll be performing in so get booking asap!
Tickets just £8 (£6 concessions)