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Short Muslim heritage stories

27 November 2020 | Amal Team

With Amal’s support, Khayaal Theatre Company launched a series of short films telling inspiring and reflective stories earlier this year. Watch Tales of the Sands from Tunisia and Life and Death at the Spring here

Tales of the Sands 

A story for all the family on reflection, trust, healing and deliverance set against the imaginative backdrop of the Tunisian desert

Tales of the Sands is the first in a series of four short stories from Khayaal Theatre Company’s Muslim heritage story trove. The stories were created for screen in response to the need for access to art during quarantine and lockdown. Tales is a story for all the family on reflection, trust, healing and deliverance set against the imaginative backdrop of the Tunisian desert.

Adapted from the story, as recorded by the legendary Idries Shah in Tale of the Dervishes, and performed by Eleanor Martin.

 

Life and Death at the Spring

From the Hausa people of West Africa, this tale reflects on the duality of life and death

Based on a Muslim heritage story from the Hausa people of West Africa, this tale reflects on the duality of life and death and the circle of life that encompasses the two. This Hausa story is the second in Khayaal’she Theatre Without Walls series of short stories for audiences during quarantine and lockdown.

Narrator: Eleanor Martin

Death: Mohammed Ali

Life: Ruby Nicholls


About

The Theatre Without Walls project creates inclusive opportunities for encounter and discovery, for everyone to experience, learn about and revel in the humour, wit, wisdom and wonder of stories of shared values from the literary canons of an extensive range of global Muslim cultures as well as from other faiths.

For more stories from the Theatre Without Walls programme check out Khayaal Theatre Company’s social media:

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No Normal

A series of short artistic films by Muslim creatives from the UK and the US in partnership with Greenbelt Festival.

Amal’s founding donors

Amal is pleased to welcome its three founding donors the Saïd Foundation, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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