Dates and Times
Fri 3 - Sat 4 Apr 2020 at 7.15pm
Featured in our Spring 2020 programme. Browse the full line-up here.
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Presented by Prickly Pear Productions
What motivation do people have to leave their home country? Are they taking all our benefits and jobs? Immigration Crisis: The Musical is a performance that explores the lives of five women who have just moved into a new house together. Immigrants, third-generation immigrants and British tenants joined by their move to Sheffield. As food unites these women, their bond and cultures begin to meet at the dinner table. Exploring different heritages, political beliefs and everyday life together. These women make light of all the hardships they face and the way they’re portrayed by far-right media outlets.
A female-led cast from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. Immigration Crisis: The Musical explores strands of the immigrant experience from the perspectives of an immigrant experiencing it first-hand, a first-generation immigrant and a third-generation immigrant. We showcase the joys of having such rich, varied backgrounds but also highlight the struggles that can accompany it.
Commissioned by Migration Matters Festival.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company don’t believe there is any content to consider in this performance.
The company don’t believe there are any health warnings in this performance.
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About the company
Prickly Pear Productions is a female-led theatre company based in Sheffield/London that was established in 2018. Our main aim is to bring the stories of minorities from across the globe to the forefront of British theatre.