Miss British dances against a white wall. She speaks with an accent. She tells the stories of a lifetime around the world. Sometimes she blends in, but often she is a contrast.
Ghosts of forced labour and embodied memories of transcontinental mobility are inside family stories; circulations of Indian labourers inhabit the same space of a growing family in Germany; Jamaica to South East Asia: Miss British is a recollection of intimate moments, a polyphony of personal colors and rainbows of societal sounds.
Based on an original idea by Sharon Frese and devised by The Art of Strangers, Miss British is a provocative multimedia piece performed by Sharon Frese, M. Haja, Rebekah Sangeetha Dorai and Grace Kalaiselvi.
(Source: The Art of Strangers Website)