Did you hear what happened? A car. An explosion. In the city.
A crime is committed. A town paralyzed with fear. The main character in Jonas Hassen Khemiris new play is lost in a landscape of paranoia trying to act as normal. But what is normal? Who is a potential criminal? And what happens when suspicious looks are cast towards yourself?
I Call My Brothers is a funny and angry debate on our prejudices against other people and each other. Nothing is what it seems to be. An everyday task ends up in a police hunt. A friendly wave is turned into a death threat. A phone call becomes a message from The Other Side. I become you, which becomes us.
I Call My Brothers started as a column Khemiri published in December 2010 – one week after the suicide bombing in Stockholm.
Performed in Swedish with English surtitles
[Click here for to view and download the leaflet for this production](https://arcola1.staging.wpengine.com/whats-on/brochures-and-leaflets)
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More information in English: [English captions (pdf)](https://arcola1.staging.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Textning-engelska-JRMB.pdf)
More information in Arabic: [Arabic captions عرض مُترجم ـ للمعلومات (pdf)](https://arcola1.staging.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Textning-arabiska-JRMB.pdf)
I Call My Brothers – Post Show discussion
Thursday 25th April 2013
Arcola Tent (after the show)
Arcola Theatre in association with Riksteatern are proud to announce that Thursday’s performance of I Call My Brothers will be followed by a post show discussion with the writer Jonas Hassen Khemiri and director Farnaz Arbabi. They will also be joined by Rani Kasapi who will discuss the wider context of the play within the pan European project ‘Europe Now’ collaboration between five theatres across Europe (including Arcola Theatre and the producers of this show Riksteatern in Sweden). Jamie Arden (General Manager, Arcola) will be chairing the proceedings and taking questions and answers from the audience.
Please note that audience members booking tickets for Thursday’s performance of I Call My Brothers will automatically be included for free participation in this post show discussion.
£14 (£12 concessions)
Valid for use with Arcola Passport