SI FY1718 Cycle 1
Last of Their Generation by Bhumi Collective @ Edinburgh Fringe Festival
'The more I try to remember her, the more I've forgotten her.' Bhumi Collective returns to Edinburgh with the world premiere of Last of Their Generation – a solo-show by Singapore-UK theatre-maker Mohamad Shaifulbahri about the encounters we have with the people, places and things in our lives. Digging deep, he reconnects with memories (or what's left of them) of the elders in his family, old friends who have moved away, places he grew up in that have stayed or disappeared and objects that have remained untouched but not unloved for many years.
Last of Their Generation is supported under SIF's Singapore Internationale programme. To learn more about the programme, click here.
|Time:||12:40 - 13:40|
|Date:||04 Aug 2017 - 13 Aug 2017|
|Venue:||ZOO Southside, Edinburgh, United Kingdom|
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