Meet Rahmi, a young Pakistani girl who travelled half way around the world to be with her husband.
Now meet her daughter Azrah who is struggling to find where she belongs.
The Moonwatcher is their story, developed from the stories of South Asians who travelled to Britain. It explores how different values impact on the complex relationship of one mother and her daughter.
Beautifully told through masks, puppetry, spoken word and original music. A stunning multimedia show. The Moonwatcher asks where do any of us really belong?
Written and Directed by: Shamshad Khan and Bob Frith
Music: by Arun Ghosh
Production brought to you by Horse and Bamboo Theatre and presented by SAA-uk
*The show is for adults (though anyone over age 9 may also enjoy it.)
For further information about this performance contact SAA-UK on 0113 244 5523 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
"It was a beautifully created production. Loved the dance and puppetry. And music also excellent."
“I loved the puppetry, mask and many different ways of storytelling. Very rich and moving. Thank you.”
"A very inspiring performance visually and emotionally. A powerful story."
"Amazing play. Fascinating and gripping. Many thanks!"
"Excellent show – beautifully executed both artistically and technically."
"Very moving, inventive, complex approach to issues. Excellent performances."