A group of refugees are taking to the stage in the UK to tell their stories through the play “Queens of Syria”, Euronews reports.
The production is based on Euripides’ “The Trojan Women.”
Like the ancient Greek original, it is an anti-war story – but with refugee experiences blended in.
“The Trojan Women’ is a play about war, it’s about refugees. All the men are dead, the women are stuck waiting in a refugee camp to discover their fate and they’re going off to be sold as slaves. And so, we thought let’s do ‘The Trojan Women,’” explained producer Charlotte Eager.
President Nazarbayev speaks at UN Security Council
Kazakhstan is ready to provide a platform for addressing the nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula.
UN Security Council Meeting
Astana Opera on tour in Kuwait
The 24th International Cultural Festival in Kuwait brought together famous artists from different countries.
Exhibition "The time and Astana: After the future"
The exposition features works by 25 authors including, installations, photos, videos and paintings.
A list of Kazakhstan’s sacred places has been made as part of the project Sacral Map of Kazakhstan
185 historically significant places of the national level and 500 regional sites entered the list.
N. Nazarbayev’s address to nation was discussed at A. Navoi Tashkent State University of Uzbek language
Kazakh Ambassador to Uzbekistan Yerik Utembayev told students and lecturers about ten priority points outlined in the document.