Contemporary Myths III

Notes

Contemporary Myths is an exchange programme created by Visiting Arts and the British Council. Theatre makers and performers from Iran and the UK come together to explore the theme of myth in contemporary performance. The project took place in 3 cities (Farnham, Liverpool, Dartington) in the UK during May 2011.

Artist / Author Visiting Arts
Publisher Visiting Arts/British Council
Reference D1681
Date 2011
Type DVD

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