Arts & Culture

‘Why so Syrian?’: The show arriving at The Soho Theatre

A new show heading for The Soho Theatre next month follows a British-Syrian girl returning home to Tottenham from Damascus.

Called ‘Why so Syrian?’ The one-woman show is a funny yet poignant tale of the innocence of first love and a family bound by culture and tradition.

It’s on at The Soho Theatre on the 11th and 12 of February.

Sherine wrote and stars in the play – she’s been speaking to Henry


Henry Thomas-Aldridge 25th January 2022

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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