medicins sans frontiers

Join us for a night of Theatre Uncut to support the refugee crisis

Wed 23 Nov 7:30pm
Gloucester Guildhall
Tickets £5 / £10* on the door

with a talk from GARAS about the current refugee crisis in Gloucester.

Three short plays performed by local actors offer a thought provoking and often moving analysis of Europe’s response to the events that have seen many thousands of people risk everything in the attempt to escape war, terrorism and poverty in the Middle East and Northern Africa.

6 writers had 6 days to create 6 plays that respond to Northern Europe’s response to current level of migration.

We have chosen three of the plays.
All profits from the event will be donated to the charity Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders www.msf.org.uk

About Theatre Uncut:

Theatre Uncut plays have been performed by over 6,000 people in 25 countries across 4 continents. Performances have happened everywhere from theatres in New York, to community centres in Scotland, schools across England, universites in South Africa, on the streets in Spain, on public buses in Mexico, and village church halls in Wales.

The backbone of Theatre Uncut is its participants. The plays are there for anyone and everyone.


* Tickets to this event are £5, however if you wish to further support Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders there is an option to buy a £10 ticket. 
All tickets will be available to buy on the door – cash only.
NB: The event will start at 7:30pm, please arrive in plenty of time