Farah Saleh and Oğuz Kaplangi: A Wee Journey

Farah Saleh and Oğuz Kaplangi: A Wee Journey
Date 12th - 13th Aug 2022 7.00pm - 8.00pm Price £8/£6 (tickets subject to transaction fees: £1.50 online, £1.75 by phone) Location Tramway View map Book tickets 0845 330 3501 0845 330 3501

Preview performances ahead of the world premiere at Edinburgh International Festival

A choreographed musical journey about migration, A Wee Journey is a timely and relevant piece that fuses dance, music and performance to explore belonging, connection, community and home.

Combining choreography by Farah Saleh, live music and composition by Oğuz Kaplangi, and movement from an ensemble of performers, A Wee Journey is a collaborative piece that centres compassion and empathy to share the lived experience of the artists and their relationship to migration.

Reflecting on a world where constant movement across borders can mean that anyone can become a migrant at any moment, audiences are invited to embark on their own journey in a piece that celebrates diversity, and reflects on the experiences of many people living in Scotland and around the world.

Below: Farah Saleh and Oğuz Kaplangi talk about A Wee Journey, in two separate videos.

Credits

A Wee Journey
By Farah Saleh and Oğuz Kaplangi, in collaboration with the performers

Co-Director and Choreographer Farah Saleh
Co-Director, Composer and Performer Oğuz Kaplangı
Lighting Designer Emma Jones
Costume and Set Designer Zephyr Liddell
Design Assistant Emily Smit-Dicks
Dramaturg Lucy Suggate

Performers
Daniel Navarro Lorenzo, Francesca Till, Kemono L.Riot, Nada Shawa, Pirita Tuisku

Creative Producer Helen McIntosh
PR & Marketing Joy Parkinson

Production Manager Fi Fraser
Associate Production Manager John Wilke
Sound Engineer Neil Dewar
Stage Manager Astrid Rothmeier

Performers and collaborators from initial development
Adam Kashmiry and Leticia Sanchez

Stage Manager (creation) Judy Stewart

Supported by Creative Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival, Tramway and Dance Base

Photo: Mihaela Bodlovic