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Goats: A Syrian play about the truth

Goats: A Syrian play about the truth

Arts, Entertainment, Theatre
Words: Bella Dawe | Subbing: Bernadette Galbraith An unmissable performance for less than £20, Liwaa Yazji presents a different take on Syria using live goats. Gunfire, rumours and propaganda: Liwaa Yazji's 'Goats' is an honest and revealing story about conflict in Syria from a perspective few have considered. Included as part of a project by the Royal Court theatre in Sloane Square, Syrian writer Yazji has truly captured an important take on a war that so many have heard about but have never understood. In the play, the families affected by the conflict are themselves confused as to what is happening – who is fighting, and why? Whilst the propaganda machine churns out messages of national pride and patriotism, some brave citizens start to question what exactly their children are going o
“We went through really emotional breakdowns” say Courage My Love

“We went through really emotional breakdowns” say Courage My Love

Entertainment, Environment, Uncategorized
Words & Photos: Sal Fasone | Subbing: Joanne Clark and Lavinia Petrucci Courage My Love are back in the UK to present their album Synesthesia, after a week on Warped Rewind At Sea. Here, they talk about their relationship with fans, their love for poutine and obviously their UK tour. An energy and relationship within the band I have never seen before, Courage My Love know how to hold the crowd and go crazy on stage. Make sure you follow this band around, because you're going to hear from them often. First of all, I love Canada ... Jesus you guys have poutine! Phoenix: Yeah! Chips and gravy! Mercedes: You guys should have it in the UK. So good. Welcome to the UK. How do you feel about playing overseas and not in your home country? Phoenix: It's honestly really fun. It's li...
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