SONGS FOR NO ONE
NASTARAN RAZAWI KHORASANI (Netherlands/Iran)
When?Sat 21 Oct 2023
The Electric Press,
3 Millennium Square,
Leeds LS2 3AD
TicketsPay What You Can £2–£25
Recommended price £15
Plus booking fees
Based on real life telephone conversations, this evocative solo performance includes dialogues, poems and songs to reveal the lives and realities of those who are not often visible.
Having left Iran as a refugee in her own childhood, Razawi Khorasani reflects on the fragility of freedom. She asks what it means to live under a dictatorship and explores what ideas and dreams give the younger generation hope.
This is a seated performance within a theatre venue. The performance includes spoken text, video and sound.
Farsi, with English and Dutch surtitles
Contains loud music (ear plugs will be available). Contains references to oppression and censorship.
Head to the Carriageworks website for more information about getting to the venue.
Contains English surtitles.
There is step free access to the event and there are accessible toilets at the venue.
A rest space is available.
The tiered seating is high-backed.
Accessible tickets can be bought online at Leeds Ticket Hub or over the phone on 0113 376 0318. Wheelchair spaces can only be booked over the phone.
We have an open door policy across all shows at Transform, meaning ticket bookers are welcome to come and go as they need.
Head to Transform’s Access page for more information.
A production from the Kobe collectief. Co-producers BNG Bank Theaterprijs, Maas Theater and Dance, Theaterfestival Boulevard in collaboration with Het Nationale Theater, We Are Public and Workspacebrussels.
Creative credits can be found on the Transform 23 programme sheet here.
Performances at Transform 23 supported by the The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands for the UK and Ireland and LEEDS 2023: Year of Culture