Immersive performance installation opens the door of new spectacular experiences, guiding the audience into the life and memories of real people. Four people and their memories of home and migration will be displayed during a four hours installation at Horniman Museum.
The performance is a storytelling performative display where your participation influences the narrative: you will be able to listen the stories, ask tellers questions, witness and even share your own memories of what home means to you.
Born under the umbrella of Theatre of Testimonies, Memodrome: Home is a performative journey into the real life stories of four Romanian migrants living in London, reflecting on matters of identity and belonging.
Intimate and exploratory, with no written script, the performance invites to personal connection and self-directed interaction with performers.
Concept and research: Anca Doczi
Directing and Production: Cristian Luchian
Performers: Loredana Ivanov, Janos Nagy, Ana Turcanu, Vinicius Les
Memdorome:Home is part of Crossing Borders, an annual celebration of local communities at Horniman Museum.
Crossing Borders celebrates the diversity of our neighbourhood and the people that live in it and call Forest Hill their home. The event happens every year in partnership with local organisations working with local refugees and asylum seekers. Join us for a full day of storytelling, arts and craft activities and immersive theatre performances open to all.