THINGS HIDDEN SINCE THE FOUNDATION OF THE WORLD

Our new project opens at the Sydney Festival –

Live and digital previews of this new collaboration with Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta (Sydney)

In 1992 Iranian popstar and refugee Fereydoun Farrokhzad was found brutally murdered.

The case was never solved.

An investigation into this iconic murder and an investigation into the nature of investigation.

In a world of murder mystery podcasts, Wikipedia and an Internet that presents everything in the world as knowable.

Fereydoun Farrokhzad was the Middle East’s greatest popstar of the 70’s, think Tom Jones or Freddie Mercury. By 1981 he was a refugee: working in a German grocers. Six months before being found brutally murdered he performed to sold out audiences at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

RICH KIDS: A HISTORY OF SHOPPING MALLS IN TEHRAN

We are also excited to be presenting the digital version of Rich Kids with Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta as part of the Sydney Festival.

Rich Kids is a play about entitlement and consumption, about how digital technology is complicit in social apartheid and gentrification. It spotlights the human problem of what successful and brutal people do with their coddled and useless children.

Following successful presentations around the world through 2020 and 2021 we are delighted to be again presenting this digital version of our second show.

DOWNLOAD THE LATEST EPISODE OF ‘THE COLOUR OF OUR POLITICS’ NOW

In the final episode of The Colour of Our Politics Samayya Afzal – activist and paid-up member of Javaad and Tanya’s Bradford Legends’ Club – discusses growing up as a Muslim woman in England and the politics of Islamophobia. Listen and subscribe on Anchor FM, Apple and Spotify – and let us know what you think with the hashtag #colourofourpolitics.

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