The Sky is Safe
Dogstar present the tale of a Syrian refugee and a Westerner, from writer/performer Matthew Zajac and director Ben Harrison.
They meet on an Istanbul street, she a Syrian refugee, he a privileged westerner. What follows is an intimate yet epic story of identity and power, choice and its absence, a story of beauty, brutality and love. Writer and performer Matthew Zajac and director Ben Harrison, creators of the multi-award winning The Tailor of Inverness, combine with composer Pippa Murphy, video artist Tim Reid and Syrian designer and artist Nihad Al Turk.
BSL interpreted by Catherine King.
'Zajac is truly a visionary.' – Broadway World (The Tailor of Inverness, 2015).
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Reviews & features
The Sky Is Safe6 Aug 2017
Problematic drama looks at the Syrian conflict from a woman's perspective
Scottish businessman Gordon is in Istanbul for work when he encounters hustler Murat, who in turn introduces him to his sister Amal, a young woman who has fled a legal career in Syria and now scrapes together a living as a high-class escort. Their…
Journey's End: Shows that place a focus on migration at this year's Fringe31 Jul 2017
A look at the productions that aim to tell personal stories of migration, beyond the headlines
Although the refugee crisis may have slipped from TV screens and rolling news coverage in recent months, the movement of people between countries is still a major theme within the Fringe, with a number of companies shining a spotlight on marginalised…