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Spirit of '47 | 2017 International Festival

The Power of Plays

Spirited Voices

Journalists, writers and cultural commentators discuss the unique ability theatre has to examine differing perspectives, effect change and unravel layers of complexity in times of political turmoil.

Journalists, writers and cultural commentators discuss the unique ability theatre has to examine differing perspectives, effect change and unravel layers of complexity in times of political turmoil.

The panel includes writer and journalist Raja Shehadeh; broadcaster Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and the Royal Court’s International Director Elyse Dodgson and will be chaired by David Greig, writer and Artistic Director of the Royal Lyceum Theatre.

Part of the International Festival and British Council season Spirit of '47

We are delighted that BBC Arts Digital are collaborating with us, making many of the events from Spirit of ’47 available live and on demand to a global audience online. Visit BBC Arts Digital to view this panel discussion in full.

Raja Shehadeh
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David Greig
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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
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Elyse Dodgson
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12 August 2017

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