Grassroots political theatre company Active Inquiry brings their trilogy of plays HOME to Assembly Roxy in Edinburgh.
At Home. Oya has to leave. Jessica puts one more thing on credit. Paul reaches for his son. Ryan hears his landlord’s key in the lock. Gregor watches the letterbox. Home is three new plays devised and performed by people with lived experience. Questioning what Home means to each of us, we ask how Home can be safe and secure for everyone.
This latest piece from Edinburgh-based Active Inquiry, following on from last years successful Connected Lives, is presented in partnership with Shakti Women’s Aid, The Bethany Christian Trust and The Alma project. Home uses puppetry, movement and first-hand accounts to explore why Home is not always where the heart is. Exploring issues including mental health, domestic abuse and addiction, Home shows us the problems and asks us to be a part of the solution.
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