My Jerusalem

My Jerusalem

A solo performance derived from a song

Overview

A politically-charged tale of a drunken one-night stand, infused with stories of growing up in the turmoil of 1980s Israel. A nuanced exploration of the politics of division, from internal checkpoints and separation walls to gender norms.

With the escalation in violence after Trump declared Jerusalem to be the Jewish capital; questions of antisemitism in the Labour Party; rising levels of awareness of the Palestinian cause and the negative feelings towards Israel and Israelis that often accompany it — this performance feels very timely.

A work about Raz’s ethnicity, gender, racism, and the underlying fear that perpetuates it. Can we surmount divisions imposed by occupation? Can we go beyond the blame game and really see each other’s all too vulnerable humanity?

Date & time

Show ended
Thu 5 Mar, 9pm

Venue

58-60 Hampstead Road NW1 2PY London, UK · Get Directions
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