My Land Your Land

My Land Your Land premiered at the acclaimed Edinburgh International Children's Festival 29 May - 6th June 2021

A new version for Leicester was commissioned by Attenborough Arts Centre, running 1st-23rd October 2021.

MY LAND YOUR LAND (2021) is an audio work about home, foregrounding young people's voices from migrant background.

What do you think when you think of home? Is it the place you keep your clothes? A place to sleep? Is it the place your mum and dad lives? Is it somewhere your friends can visit? Or it is far away, a place you came from once? A place you visit only in holidays? A place you barely know, and where they speak another language? Join us on this audio journey of young people's voices of home.

Created by Katherina Radeva and Alister Lownie /// Music by Tim Blazdell

A participant, her mother and grandmother listening to My Land Your Land on a bench
The feet of audience members gathered to begin listening to My Land Your Land
A wooden booth shaped like half a house, part of My Land Your Land
Co-commissioned by Imaginate and in partnership with the Bulgarian Cultural and Education Centre Scotland
MY LAND YOUR LAND was originally made with young people with Bulgarian heritage who currently live across southern Scotland - Giana (5), Tzvetan (5), Sasho (6), Tiaraphin (6), Sandy (6), Isabel(7), Viktor (8), Gabi (8), Vasil-Persian (9), Amelia (12), Pavel (15), Magnus (16).
Leicester version commissioned by Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester as part of University of Leicester's Centenary.