Belfast International Arts Festival and Riham Isaac present Another Lover’s Discourse ليه خلّتني أحبك
Commissioned exclusively for Belfast International Arts Festival, Another Lover’s Discourse ليه خلتني احبك is a solo theatre show created and performed by Riham Isaac that encourages a more open conversation about how we understand romantic relationships.
3 years ago, Riham embarked on a journey to explore what it means to love; what ideas do we have about it and what is holding her back from it?
Another Lover’s Discourse ليه خلّتني أحبك is Riham’s first solo performance created and performed by her. She mashes up interviews with friends, family and strangers, combining video, music, performance, and original film to explore the complexity of love and relationships.
This inventive new multimedia performance, from one of Palestine’s most exciting contemporary artists, invites you to think differently about love; to shake off stereotypes, free yourself from old traditions and think about what you actually want.
This irreverent look at romance will resonate with anyone who has ever wondered: is this really all there is?
Age guidance: 14 yrs + (contains adult themes and strong language)
Post Show Discussion on Saturday 26 March after 7pm show
Commissioned by Belfast International Arts Festival, supported by British Council.
With funding from the Palestinian Cultural Ministry and public funding through the National Lottery by Wales Arts International and Arts Council England.
Supported by Alkasaba Theatre and Cinématique and Palestinian National Theatre.
Special thanks to AWAN, Cultures of Resistance, Popular Art Centre & Amber Massie-Blomfield.
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