GLOD: Political Theater as a Civil Right – Nabil Sawalha Jordan
Date and time: Monday, August 17, 2020, 6 to 8 pm British Summer Time (UTC+1)
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Romanian noun (from the Hungarian galád or the Russian глуда (gluda))
Wet earth (soaked by rainwater or melted snow) / Mud / Clay
GLOD: Political Theater as a Civil Right returns Monday 17 August 2020 1 pm EDT, 6 pm BST, 8 pm GMT+3 with a documentary on Jordanian satirical theater.
Join Nabil Sawalha (winner of The Medal of Independence 1st Class from King Hussein for achievements in the arts) and a wider panel (TBA) to watch and then discuss a documentary on Peace by Piece – a show he toured from Jordan to Israel in 1995.
Nabil toured the UK for four years starting in 1997 focusing on Arab Americans in the UK: Hello Arabs of London and Divided Hearts.
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