Romanian Cultural Institute, London: Theatre – Ashes Afar – a Story of Memory and Loss

unnamedWritten by Andreea Borţun
Directed by Bobi Pricop
With: Crissy O’Donovan & Liviu Romanescu
Performed in English

RCI London, Wednesday 12 April, 7pm

“An intelligent and fraught examination of the possibilities and impossibility of the notion of home” (Mark Bolsover, Edinburgh Spotlight)

Free. Seats allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please book your seat on Eventbrite

A couple. A suitcase. A game lost. A memory played. When Aine loses her memory, Mihail constructs a form of therapy to help bring her back. But therapy with the one you love can be a very funny game. What happens when the rules change? ‘Ashes Afar’ spikes social politics with bitter humor. Watch the lives of this young immigrant couple unravel in this fractured story about memory, love and the loss of both.

The play is produced by VANNER Collective and TETA Association. The project is co-funded with the support of AFCN Romania, Romanian Cultural Institute and The Oxford School of Drama.

 

 

 

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