Our lives are in the hands of those we don’t trust.
Following two sell-out productions at Norwich Arts Centre and Theatre 503, HACK Theatre presents a postmodern love story in Border Control.
Written by award-winning playwright Michelle Sewell, Border Control fuses multimedia and text to tackle issues of immigration and love in the UK, as well as the obstacles faced by people from different countries who are in love but are displaced.
The performance will be followed by a panel discussion surrounding the role of the arts in bringing about political change in the UK. Members of the panel include Labour MP Tulip Siddiq, veteran BBC radio presenter Paul Gambaccini, Migrants’ Rights Network Director Fizza Qureshi, Labour Councillor Jonathan Simpson and Baroness Sally Hamwee.
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Running time: Approx. 70 minutes
(20 minute performance, 40 minute panel, inc. 10 minute interval)
Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance
Age recommendation: 12+
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.