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A Live Stream with Fatima Bhutto
01 Nov 2020
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Fane Online is a curated series of broadcast-quality live-streamed events, giving you the chance to watch exclusive shows with celebrated authors, actors and podcasters, all from the comfort of your own home.
What does it mean to be a citizen? With nationalist politics on the rise around the world, what do we really mean when we speak of extremism? How are these narratives shaped by race and identity? In an age obsessed with “post-truth”, where do the true deceptions lie?
Fatima will deliver a speech originally written for the Sydney Writer’s Festival but never broadcast, reflecting on Islamophobia, Western Feminism and race.
Fatima Bhutto is the bestselling author of Songs of Blood and Sword, a memoir about her father’s life and assassination, and the highly praised “The Runaways”, an unflinching and moving portrait of radicalism, belonging and Muslim identity.
Don’t miss this important and thought-provoking evening of live conversation.
Please Note: This event will be delivered to you via a link in an email from a 3rd party agency called Fane Online. Please read the Important Information section before purchasing a ticket , this section will include booking T&C’s.
Running time: 75 minutes
No Discounts Apply
Ticket Packages: Book and Ticket – includes a unique ticket for the live stream, and a copy of “The Runaways” worth £8.99, deliverable to any UK address. Standard Ticket – includes a unique ticket for the live stream only.
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Please Note: This event is not at Norwich Theatre Royal it is a live stream event. The event will initially be broadcast via a live stream on Sun 1 Nov at 18:30 GMT. It will be available to view up to 48 hours after the event has ended and can be accessed Worldwide.