Featured in The Shape of Things to Come: two weeks of hot-off-the-press projects from CPT’s favourite artists.
Roshi Nasehi’s encounters with bigotry have shown her that while racism is no laughing matter, it is risible. Through storytelling and music, she recounts her experiences, which have often been as funny as they are awful. Its perpetrators are exposed as pitiful relics whose attitudes are stuck in the stereotypical world of 1970s light entertainment. Indeed, one of the perpetrators was a so-called “light entertainer” himself . . .
Join us for an evening of funny and poignant reminiscences.