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RUMAH X Cognatus present
MONOLOGUES FROM MY BEDROOM
20 April 2020 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCG65IZF3_0
8.30pm (SGT)
1.30pm (GMT+1) London
8.30am (GMT-4) New York

Monologues From My Bedroom is an online theatre performance that will be showcasing 6 out of 16 monologues submissions.

Following the roots of both collaborating companies, the focus will be on showcasing diverse stories and minority voices not just in the UK, but from every corner of the world.With our public theatres dark, it is needed now, more than ever for us to remind ourselves of the essence of what makes theatre; a performer, an audience, and a space.

Zoom Funeral by Fara Faidzan (USA/MALAYSIA)
Vinegar by Victoria Chen (SINAGPORE)
Boxless by Kelly B Jones  (WALES/THAILAND)
Echoes by Nishath Kumar (SINGAPORE)
Diary Of a Working Girl by Paloma Aznar (UK)
Pothole by Rebekah Dorai (SINGAPORE)

Get your tickets on a 'pay what you can afford' donation basis. The amount raised will be shared equally amongst the producers and artists. 
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RUMAH x COGNATUS 

As of 28th March 2020, RUMAH have raised £250 from Yellow Earth’s BEA Freelance Hardship Theatre Fund & Max Fagandini's Artist -Musicians coronavirus relief fund. RUMAH will be paying-it-forward and sharing the money to this pilot programme.

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RUMAH

RUMAH, which means HOME in the Malay language,is re-imagining a space for artists from the various Asian diasporas in London to integrate & collaborate. RUMAH aims to serve Asian Artists who are invisible and under-represented. This space prioritizes Asian diaspora communities, which includes East Asian, South-East Asian, South Asian, West Asian,Central Asian, and including those of mixed-Asian heritage.It is crucial that we do not exclude anyone based on their country of birth or where they grew up. The programmes and events curated by RUMAH aims to meet the increasing demand for space, representation and new audiences.