‘Returning to Haifa’: A ‘Depressing and Necessary Reminder of What Is Still at Stake’

“It is fifty years since Kanafani wrote Returning to Haifa. Far from being a story of dispossession and degraded circumstances that feels historical, the novella and its staging came across to me as a truly depressing – and necessary – reminder of what is still at stake, so many years later.”


Arcola Theatre’s Global Queer Plays Include Two by Arab Women

The two by Arab women are Jordanian playwright Amahl Khouri’s No Matter Where I Go, to be staged on Saturday March 3 at 5 p.m., and Peace Camp Org, by Egyptian-American playwright Mariam Bazeed, set to be staged on Sunday March 4 at 5 p.m.