"Bangladesh makes clothes for everyone, if it wasn't for us they'd be naked"

Bangladesh, 2017. Four women struggle to survive in the slums around Dhaka’s garments factories. Day-in day-out these mothers, sisters and daughters sweat behind machines, making clothes destined for the glitzy department stores and High Streets of the West. In the face of severe exploitation and poverty can there be a future worth fighting for in a country that clothes us? 

"What will happen if we all rise up together, what will you do then? Where will you hide?"

 MADE has been developed by Target Theatre Company with Bangladeshi writer Ikhtisad Ahmed and has been created out of extensive research conducted by Target Theatre Company in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Here we met with and interviewed workers in the garments sector of one of the biggest makers of fast fashion for the UK market. 

MADE has gone through two previous stages of development with the support of Arts Council England and the National Lottery, Cast in Doncaster, Rich Mix-London and Slung Low. 

Dates

Thursday 19 & Friday 20 October, 7.45pm

Tickets

£10.50 (£9 concs)