Fear. Paranoia. Vulnerability. Iraqi fugitive Kuhel Khalid invites you to discover a patchwork of his memories from Iraq, in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, and how his sense of self, was suddenly subverted by a new Western stigma: terrorist.
From the streets of Baghdad to a London Stage, experience a perspective rarely given voice to, through a physical performance dealing with issues of Arab Identity in the World today.
“Who are we? Who can we trust? Are things really as they seem?”
This controversial, raw play looks to challenge our assumptions about who and what a terrorist is, and how such people are created. It explores the complex relationship between terrorism and government agencies, a constant and chaotic collaboration which has resulted in the death, suffering, and displacement of millions of people around the world.
Performed by a multicultural cast of new migrants and refugees, expect this highly visual play to surprise you, shock you, confuse you and leave you with more questions than you had before.
September 11th (Official Trailer)
Red Zone Theatre
Camden People’s Theatre for three nights 15 – 17 of February 2017 at 9pm :
Two nights at the Cockpit Theatre 20 – 21 of February 2017 at 7:30pm: