Tag: Kate Dyson


Wilberforce Wasp was weary. Wilberforce Wasp was worried. Wilberforce Wasp was wretched. It was late summer and he was cold and alone. What had he done to deserve it? He may not have led the life expected of him as a wasp, but what good had come from […]


Kate Dyson takes our lives into her hands . . . I have a problem which I have attempted to conceal for 51 years, and although those who know me well may have seen through me, to my knowledge the authorities, to date, appear to  remain in a […]

The Asylum Monologues

THE Asylum Monologues is a first-hand account of the UK’s asylum system in the words of people who have experienced it. It was first scripted from verbatim accounts and launched in 2006 by Ice and Fire, a theatre company whose members are Actors for Human Rights. This performance […]