Closer to Home: How Revolutions Across the World Affect Everyone, 14-05-2015

May 4, 2015 • Educational, MAIDAN, Past Events • Views: 725

conversatuindiorama2The Point of No Return – In Conversation’ POST-SHOW PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WHEN:

Thursday 14 May, 21.45,

WHERE:

New Diorama Theatre
15-16 Triton Street, NW1 3BF London, United Kingdom

TICKETS:

£5 / free for The Point of No Return ticket holders

The Point of No Return – In Conversation is a series of post-show discussions hosted by BeFrank Theatre Company exploring the themes behind the play, featuring guest speakers to accompany performances of The Point of No Return. These events are free for ticket holders (otherwise £5).

How do we, and should we, influence revolutions across the world?

– Have the events in Kiev 2013/14 and beyond impacted people in Britain?

In the light of the Euromaidan protests and other significant uprisings such as the Arab Spring, our global relationships to revolutions are increasingly important. Although events such as these may seem remote and irrelevant to British society, viewed from the safety of our screens, our world has never been smaller. Social media has connected us in unforeseen and striking ways; ways which allow localised unrest to spiral quickly into national pools of violent uprising. Join BeFrank Theatre Company and guests to discuss Britain’s responses and responsibilities to other countries across the globe.

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