The Wall is a kaleidoscopic tale about migrant experience and reactions to migration. An original, devised production based on real stories, it opens questions about identity, unconscious bias and the state of the world...
Told with a sense of humour, The Wall aims to bring communities together, not separate them. In a sensorial way, the play explores the effects of the walls we create within ourselves and around us.
The Wall is presented by Babel Theatre, a collective of performers and theatre practitioners who use cultural diversity as a creative tool. Through sharing their personal cultural identities, Babel's members are committed to creating unique collective stories that ask questions about the world that we live in.
The Wall is sponsored by The Stout Trust, administered by Perpetual Guardian, and The Office of Ethnic Communities.