Promotional image by Sabina Tudor
BÉZNA Theatre is a British-Romanian interventionist political theatre collective formed in 2013.
BÉZNA make a political theatre that investigates societal inequalities and confronts institutional and normalised violences.
BÉZNA is committed to interventionist activism through theatre in artistic and educational environments throughout Romania and the UK.
"I would like to ask the British what visa they had when they ruled us for 150 years?”
Inspired and informed by interviews with migrants, refugees and those seeking asylum, British-Romanian political theatre collective BÉZNA Theatre's ILLEGALISED is protest-theatre that exposes the profit made from the illegalisation of human beings.
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London E13 0SE
Performance days & times
Thursday ‑ 7‑45pm
Friday ‑ 7‑45pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑45pm
Theo St Claire
Author: Sînziana Koenig & Nico Vaccari
Director: Sînziana Koenig & Nico Vaccari
Designer: Jacob Lucy
Lighting: Stacey Sandford
Sound: Dan Balfour
Production: BÉZNA Theatre, Producer: Claire Gilbert