Roots and Cassava
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In 'Roots and Cassava' Onias Landveld unclothes himself emotionally. What you see is what you get. All to make a meaningful connection as he explains why he is a stranger in "his" country. 'Roots and Cassava' is confrontational. The show goes into racism, slavery and discrimination. It speaks about the duality of being born in one country but having a different nationality.
'Roots and Cassava' paints a portrait of a person looking for his place in a world that doesn’t quite accept him. In this show Onias is also aware that his identity has been created in the past.
Double Bill offer - buy tickets for this show and 'Amsterdam Pancake Society' on the same evening for £15
There are a limited number of Pay What You Can tickets, available each evening on a first come first serve basis with cash on the door.