Ankur Productions present
Ha Ha Scratch Night

+ Post Show Discussion

2nd October 2013

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The Ankur Ha Ha is an artistic platform for developing new work exploring Black and Minority Ethnic experiences.

Ama Budge and Nima Sene dissect their contemporary relationships -as the daughters of feminists and partners of men. Beatboxer Bigg Taj invites the audience into the world of a Hip hop sardar through the media’s lies and music industry struggles. Iyad Hayatleh merges spoken word, visuals, and sound to explore the plight of Palestinians living in Syrian refugee camps amidst the revolution. Rachel Thibbotumunuwe’s installation is a cacophony of voice, words and technology; it considers how music, fable, love and identity intermingle to create a space for self-reflection. Through archival footage and live performance, Rachel Jury explores the relationship of Nina Simone and Lorraine Hainsbury during the Civil Rights Movement and their artistic legacy. Yinka Ekundayo presents a play inspired by endangered wetlands. In association with the National Theatre of Scotland and the Citizens' Theatre.


Supported by Creative Scotland

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