Ahmed Al Attar is a leading figure in independent theatre in Cairo and director of the SEE Foundation. His one-man performance, On The Importance of Being an Arab, challenges the complex interplay between reality, perception and interpretation. Unpredictable and changing with each performance, and drawn from his personal archive of love letters, official documents and his Revolution Diaries detailing recent events in Tahrir Square, it offers a profound refusal to define and reveal identity.
* Fri, 08 Jul 2011
* 8.00 PM - 9.00 PM
* Tickets: £10/£8
Posted by Maya Chowdhry, Friday 1st July, 2011