Meeting the MUJU Crew: Dominic & Lauren

Friday, July 24th, 2015 by Tricycle

And… they’re back! Say hello again to Dominic and Lauren from the MUJU Crew. Dominic is back to tell us about finding some new cultural clowns ripe for gentle mocking – and Lauren takes on the task of describing MUJU in under 30 seconds!

Come In! Sit Down! opens in just 3 days and there’s still time to get a ticket – click here to book now.


Meeting the MUJU Crew: Amina & Daniella

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 by Tricycle

Today we welcome back Amina and Daniella of the MUJU Crew to the Tricycle blog. Amina tells us ‘it OK to be a funny Muslim!’ while Daniella shows us that sometimes its better to get stuck in than bogged down in conversation.

Come In! Sit Down! opens next week – click here to book!


Meeting the MUJU Crew: Actor Ramzi DeHani

Monday, July 20th, 2015 by Tricycle

Today we introduce the last actor from the MUJU Crew, Ramzi DeHani. Ramzi was interested to get involved in the project to explore his cultural heritage and find the funny moments in everyday life.

Don’t worry – we’ll be back later this week with some of the Muju members you’ve already met coming back for a second bite of the blogging apple.

And remember if you haven’t booked for Come In! Sit Down! yet, click here to do so now.


Meeting the MUJU Crew: Actor Stevie Basaula

Friday, July 17th, 2015 by Tricycle

Some of you may recognise actor Stevie Basaula from the Tricycle Young Company production, The Dissidents, that took place earlier this year. We’re really pleased that Stevie is now working with The MUJU Crew on Come In! Sit Down! In these vlogs Stevie talks about his interest in exploring the communication between Muslims and Jews, and the cultural sterotypes in the media.

Up next is actor Ramzi DeHani – visit us later this week as we continue the series.

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Meeting the MUJU Crew: Actress Lauren Silver

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 by Tricycle

Come In! Sit Down! actress Lauren Silver talks about the personal journey she has been on whilst working on this project, and what questions she’s asked of herself throughout the process. In the second clip, Lauren gives us a glimpse into her highs and lows…

If you haven’t seen them yet, why not scroll back and watch the first few blogs in the Meeting the MUJU Crew series. Later this week we’ll be speaking to Tricycle Young Company member and MUJU Crew member, Stevie Basaula.

For more info and to book, click here.


This is Lover’s Rock!

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015 by Tricycle

‘Lover’s Rock, this is Lover’s Rock…’ Look who we found lurking outside the Tricycle this week – nonetheless than three of the Lover’s Rock genre’s leading artists!

We convinced Victor Romero Evans, Janet Kay and Carroll Thompson to give us an impromptu serenade on Kilburn High Road (please excuse the sound!) ahead of their performance of Lover’s Rock Monologues at the Tricycle from 20 – 25 July.

This should give you just a little flavour of the coolly soulful sounds you could be enjoying in a few weeks time – click here to book now.