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In collaboration with artists and producers in Italy, we have presented (15th May to 25th May) a series of public readings of MESSAGES FROM GAZA NOW, read in Italian by artists and friends.  Siena, Bologna, Florence, Naples and Rome.  There are more to come. Please contact Az for more details. These are the MESSAGES in Italian from which we are selecting for the presentations

SPECIAL EDITIONS OF MESSAGES FROM GAZA NOW:

GAZA NOW – FIFTEEN MESSAGES FROM HOSSAM.  This selection of MESSAGES was edited for the readings in Italy from 15th May to 25th May 2024.  It tells the epic story of Hossam’s journey from his home in Gaza via Nuseirat Camp to Rafah. Reading them takes 1 hour 20 minutes.  From the third day of the war in October 2023 to April 2024.

GAZA NOW – THREE MESSAGES FOR PUBLIC SPACES.  This selection has been used at demonstrations and student encampments. Reading may last 10 minutes! 

Messages from Gaza Now – index and the full text  – read here

Messages from Gaza Now – read as a blog

Messages from Gaza Now – en Français – ici

Messages from Gaza Now – en Espanol – aquí

Messages from Gaza Now – in Arabic – here

Messages from Gaza Now – in Italiano – qui

Messages from Gaza Now – auf Deutsch – Hier

Messages from Gaza Now – en Català – aquí

 

another day MESSAGES FROM GAZA NOW Click here

 

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The complete set of ‘blog from Gaza’ is now available here. During the war on Gaza in 2014 Hossam Madhoun and others there kept up a constant flow of messages.

The blog forms a graphic testimony to the experiences of people during a devastating military attack.  There are 34 messages sent between 18th June 2014 ‘What a surprise! Gaza Under attack!’ and 5th October 2014  ‘No bullets or blood, just pain’.  This was happening while Theatre for Everybody and Az Theatre were launching their collaboration on the premier Arabic stage version of Tolstoy’s ‘War and Peace’

Read the mappa mundi blogs here.  From August to October 2012 Jonathan Chadwick wrote 20 blog pieces about the development of this innovative drama video project.

As well as tracking the development of mappa mundi the blogs reflect on questions of knowledge, transition and models of change