Cotton Court, 30-42 Waring St
Belfast BT1 2ED
Enquiries: 028 9023 0660
Festival Box Office: 028 9024 3042
Mon 11 March, 10am (booked out) & 12pm (booked out)
Tues 12 March, 10am (booked out) & 12pm (booked out)
Wed 13 March, 10am (booked out) & 12pm (booked out)
Duration: 75 minutes
Discounted £5 ticket per person (1 free ticket per every 10 purchased) as part of the schools programme.
Inside a traditional Mongolian yurt there is a small tent, and inside this tent there is a boy. He has travelled a long way from Syria, mostly on his own. He can show you the things he has brought with him and he can tell you the reasons for his journey, but he can’t tell you where the story ends.
Based on true stories shared by young refugees aged 13–18 yrs who have arrived alone to seek asylum. Using live music, storytelling, clowning, comedy, shadow puppetry and a small tent, this show tells a big story in a beautifully intimate way.
Key Stage 2 & 3: Language and Literacy, Mathematics and Numeracy, The Arts, The World Around Us, Personal Development and Mutual Understanding, Physical Education, English with Media Education, Learning for Life and Work, Environment and Society
Factory at The MAC is wheelchair accessible and guide dogs welcome.