Rights of Passage
    By Clare Summerskill

    19:00, Tue 17th – Sat 21st October 2017 at Corpus Playroom
    Michaelmas Week 2

    CN: sexual and physical violence, homophobia and racism

    Miremba, a Ugandan woman forced to leave her girlfriend and marry. Izzuddin, a Malay man who’s scholarship is removed when his sexuality is revealed. Hamed, an Iranian man who is told by the British Home Office that he is not gay. In their countries they are defined and oppressed based on their sexuality, in England their identity is denied without evidence. They are all asylum seekers, they are all LGBT+, and their stories are all true.

    In Oxcam’s first venture in to Cambridge theatre, we bring you real stories from real asylum seekers. With much of the dialogue transcribed from interviews, ‘Rights of Passage’ provides an authentic and heart-breaking insight into the lives of refugees and the struggles they face. Persecuted in their countries, their oppression doesn’t end when they come to England. Their voices are taken away from them. Come, hear their stories.


    Ensemble/ Mehri

    Production Team

    Co-producer ,
    Assistant Producer
    Assistant Stage Manager
    Stage Manager
    Assistant Director
    Publicity Designer
    Lighting Designer ,
    Associate Director/ Oxcam president –
    Associate sound designer –
    Sound Designer
    Makeup/ Costume designer –