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Barking and Dagenham Sacre
Dear God...
“The ocean is like God and raindrops are the religion. When they fall into the ocean they become one.”
Zoya Ahmed and Nurun Uddin

Fire Up Theatre

The success of the message within the suffocating carcass of Mausoleum is waiting to be liberated.
Fired Up Theatre is seeking four venues to complete its dramatic journey in 2018. If you are a church, a faith based group, a community or such, and you are interested in accommodating this award winning piece of theatre. The fill in the attached booking form-and we will do the rest. This piece of theatre with music, poetry, storytelling and visual projection is the template for empathetic , thought provoking insight into the refugee of 2018.

Perfomances and workshops are free of charge thanks to funding we have recieved.

Fired Up Theatre enters into the breathless and oppressive world of the refugee crisis. We are ready to bring to you, your school, church or community group, the opportunity to partner with us. This inclusive project will grow organically within workshops and together we will create performances which will include film projection, original music, poetic narrative and story telling.


For more info email us.

Mausoleum, Chaos, Claustrophobia and Corridors of Light is a multi performing arts performance that can be adapted for any space, any faith or community group. Using poetry, film projection , live music and storytelling; this performance is unique and dramatic window on the world of the refugee.

After the performance we will be offering a talking heads workshop where the audience will be invited to contribute their thoughts, opinions and voices on film or recorded sound; what would they change? How did it make them feel? Would it empower themselves or as members of a group want to empower change?

The production is available in the months of October and November-but needs to be booked now as there are only SEVEN available. The time of the performance is also flexible to suit the hosts*