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Amal’s Journey with Aseel Tayah - Family Fiesta

Where: The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts, 48 Exhibition Walk, Clayton, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $5.00
  • Buy Tickets – +61 3 9905 1111
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Amal’s Journey is presented through music and storytelling by author, actor and singer Aseel Tayah, as she tells the story of a brave and curious girl called Amal, which in Arabic means hope.

Amal embarks on a journey to understand where people come from, and to discover the mysterious “other home” that she hears her family talk about so often.

Along the way, Amal explores different cultures and her exciting adventures include making friends in refugee camps, dancing with newly-arrived neighbours, singing new songs she learns and cooking with grand-parents who long ago left their homes. She walks on their journeys, collecting their memories in her heart and asking questions to help children better understand how they can find their place in the world and to encourage migrant parents to talk about their own experiences.

Each year around the world thousands of parents migrate in the hope of securing a better future for their children. Many families do not have a choice and many leave behind a treasured way of life and generations of tradition. On arrival, faced with the enormous task of adapting into a new community, memories can fade and customs can be forgotten.

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