Wild Geese: A new show about exile, displacement, migration and the search for employment and security in a global economy

Featuring the stories of refugee cleaners in London’s Canary Wharf, Chinese cockle-pickers in Morecambe Bay, Iranian asylum seekers and Irish, African/Caribbean and South Asian immigrant communities, Wild Geese is a video ballad interweaving interviews, documentary film and animation with live music and song.

It features the musical styles of Africa, America, Asia and Europe ­ from reggae, rap and rock to folk, flamenco and klezmer ­ with strong messages about the human costs of globalisation.

“It is so important that people speak up about the racism and prejudice against refugees and asylum seekers; your production is a wonderful way of doing that.” ­ Tony Brett Young, Mayor, London Borough of Sutton

See this exciting and hard-hitting new multimedia show at:

Willows Arts Centre, George Street, Corby
(Opposite Oxfam & McDonalds)
Wednesday 25th October @ 7:30pm

There will be an after show discussion.

The show is presented by Banner Theatre‘s 1st of May Band and is sponsored by EMCARS, Corby Borough Council, Corby Local Strategic Partnership, and Long Journey Home.

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