We invite you to a poetic evening where staged scenes about daily life in Danish asylum- and deportation camps form a theatre play, written and acted by a group of people living inside and outside the camps.
The show starts at 20:00 followed by a short break with a bar and then we welcome you to stay at the artist talk where Silent University Copenhagen will elaborate on the piece.More info coming up.
Aula Scene on 2nd floor in UNION
19:30 doors + bar open
20:00 Life in the Camps
21 - 21:30 artist talk
TICKETS: 40 kr
OBS: If you don't have money to pay the entrance you can come for free.
Written and acted by: A group of people living inside and outside Danish asylum- and deportation camps
Directed by: Helle Fuglsang
ABOUT SILENT UNIVERSITY COPENHAGEN
The Silent University Copenhagen is an autonomous and critical knowledge group of migrants, asylum seekers and their allies with European citizenship.
The Silent University Copenhagen was founded in 2017 by a group of migrants, asylum seekers and allies with European citizenship. We are a solidarity-based knowledge exchange platform that challenges the institution of formal education. We demand that our lived experience of oppression and knowledge is appreciated and amplified.
Our work is based on the recognition that if we are to succeed in working towards anti-racist social change, to strengthen our fight for mobility justice, we must foster spaces of dialogue across our own activist spaces. Through our practice, we aim to always centre Black, Indigenous and People of Colour.