Saturday 12 May 2018, 7:30pm
This play is the story of one woman’s journey from persecution in her home country to the UK and then through the asylum system. Based closely on the story of a real woman and her children, the play moves from the tradition of the folk tale to that of satire as it charts one person’s bid for freedom, safety and hope.
Journeymen theatre have been performing this well received play around the UK. Tottenham Quakers are pleased to be able to host this event at Winchmore Hill Quaker meeting house as part of Tottenham Quaker’s commitment to welcome people seeking sanctuary.
There is no charge for this performance but donations to organisations working with migrants will be welcome.
Please register to attend this event so that we can monitor numbers.
Age 16 +
Running time 65 minutes plus refreshments following the play.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is no parking at Winchmore Hill meeting house itself but there is parking nearby and there are good public transport links. Winchmore Hill station (Great Northern Hertford North branch) is a short walk away. Bus W9 (Chase Farm Hospital-Southgate) stop near Winchmore Hill Green, and buses 329 (Enfield-Wood Green) and 125 (Finchley-Winchmore Hill) stop close to the bottom of Station Rd. Walk up Station Rd, find the station and go from there. There is ample room for bicycles.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why are you holding this event outside Tottenham?
Winchmore Hill meeting has more space and is more accessible.
Is there disabled access?
Yes, inside the building is flat, has disabled toilets and a hearing loop.