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A still from "Call Me Human". A sillhouette of two people on a hilltop as the sun sets behind them on the left side of the frame. There are light rays spreading out from the disappearing sun, and beyond it the sky is a dusky blue, taking up most of the image. The two figures wear coats and hiking gear and appear to be on a journey.

Not Holding our Tongues

All Equal? Sisters

Wed 22 September - Sun 26 September

Closed Captions

What is it like to live between places, cultures, languages and traditions? How does “code switching” from one linguistic realm to the other affect one’s understanding of place, nature and self? Enjoy readings by Scotland- based, multilingual poets Tanatsei Gambura and Heather H. Yeung in a special recording in response to Call Me Human.

Booking Information

These online, pre-recorded performances are available with the film Call Me Human – please book a ticket to the online screening of the film to watch it (all tickets are available on a pay-what-you-can sliding scale).

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