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Improving the representation of British East / South East Asian (BESEA) culture across the dramatic arts primarily in UK theatre.

Don’t say you protested, say you dreamed.
An exploration of the aftermath of the 2019 Hong Kong protests.
Coming to the Omnibus Theatre 🎭
6-11th June 2022 🗓

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TL; DR a standard Tuesday night when you're a trans girl on the internet.
In development 
Previous shown at the Royal Court and the Sands Theatre Studio. 🎭
Watch this space for more dates. 🗓
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Tiananmen 30

1 Jun 2019 

To mark the 30th anniversary of the protest in Tiananmen Square, British East Asian artists unite in London to present a programme of political theatre.

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Invisible Harmony

4 Feb 2020

“Harmony” ( 和 谐 ) has been a central obsession of Chinese authoritarian rule for thousands of years. Invisible Harmony 无形的和谐 is a free flow of poetry, of dance, of a cry for freedom.


Freedom Hi

10-15 Mar 2020

Drawing both on experiences of the front lines of protest and the diasporic experience of watching traumatic events unfold through digital platforms, this show explores the chaotic and fractured nature of the fight for freedom.