Summer School Special Performance of "Bassam"
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INCORE Announcement - 17 June 2015
Performance of "Bassam"
Bassam is a heartfelt story of an ordinary man with an extra-ordinary decision to make. This authentic powerful drama based on the personal story of Bassam Aramin, co-founder of the Israeli-Palestinian peace movement Combatants for Peace, brings a unique perspective of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Written by the Sligo based, Israeli Director - Idan Meir and performed by the Donegal based, Palestinian Actor - Fadl Mustapha this event brings an authentic perspective of the ongoing conflict in the Middle-East.
24 June 2015 - Bassam - 7pm
Studio A, Foyle Arts Building
Ulster University, Magee campus, Northland Road, Derry~Londonderry BT48 7JL
Bassam: Fadl Mustapha
Director: Idan Meir
Ulster University is hosting this performance in conjunction with the annual INCORE International Summer School (22-26 June) in partnership with the Clinton International Summer School.
Tickets cost £6 each. To book tickets, click here<https://getinvited.to/ulsterfestival/bassam-play-reflecting-on-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict/>.
Duration 55 minutes. Followed by a post-show discussion with the writer and the actor.
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