Blackbirds at Dawn
Set in a Dystopian future “Blackbirds at Dawn” explores the urgent issue of modern slavery: A door. Closed. Blackbirds singing. An underground flat in the future… An old woman is struggling to survive poverty, cold and haunting memories of her past, when suddenly the hidden world of human enslavement knocks on her door in the form of a young woman, about to give birth and desperate. “Blackbirds at Dawn” is a play about modern slavery, survival, fear, hope, entrapment, the body and what it means to be human and live a human life.
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- September 15th, 2017 to September 16th, 2017
- University of Cumbria in the Black Box Studio Theatre, Bowerham Road, Lancaster, LA1 3JD
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- Theatre and Dance