Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Asylum Monologues is coming to Liverpool

'This is the thing that the British people don't understand. They think we came here just because we want to live here. We fled our countries because there are problems. That's why we came here.'

Asylum Monologues is an account of the UK's asylum system, told first hand by the people who have experienced it.

Screened free for one night only in 12 cities from Glasgow to Exeter on 21st June, 2007.

In Liverpool, the performance will be held at:

Metropolitan Cathedral Crypt Concert Hall (entrance on Brownlow Hill), L3 5TQ at
18.30, 21st June.
Contact Person: Lila Khodja Contact Tel: 0151 702 6313 / 0784 990 4998.
More information at:

Free refreshments, wine and snacks will be available.

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