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Our Productions

Music, movement and our society are at the heart of our devised performances.

Seemia Theatre has always been dedicated to creating performances that connect its audience to society. We blend music, song-speech, poetic text and movement in a visceral way, immersing our audience into their sensations to highlight issues in society.


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The Magnificent Mind of Marcus explores what labels we carry and what effect they have on our lives. 

Devised with Generous support from Theatre Deli, The Albany, ARC Stockton, Arcola Theatre and public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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In Development

EVERYTHING THAT'S THE CASE is an urgent reflection on how technology impacts our prejudice and institutional racism and how far we think people will go to fight for their beliefs. 

Devised as part of the Barbican's Open Lab, with generous support from Norwich Theatre, Arcola Theatre and Theatre Deli and Arts Council England.

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In Development

Saria Callas is about Sara’s dream and life growing up where it is forbidden to be a singer.

Co-created by Sara Amini and Robin Paley Yorke and Dramaturg Maghsood Salehi, supported by Camden People's Theatre's Starting Blocks 2024.

In Development

Unattended Objects is a solo multimedia performance by Maghsood Salehi, exploring identity, migration and the idea of return.

A co-production by Seemia, this new play is currently in development whilst Maghsood is an Artist In Residence at artsdepot, and supported as part of CPT's Seed Commissions.

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Evros shines a light on the plight of refugee crisis with its unique blend of physical theatre, folk song and poetic text. 

Winner of Summerhall's Lustrum Award 2018. As seen on BBC World Service.

Devised with generous support from Arcola Theatre & Theatre Deli and public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Whispers was devised by Sara Amini, Maryam Davari and Nick Parkin in 2012, and performed in Camden Fringe 2013. 

Exploring themes of nostalgia and loss in migration, a sojourn of music, movement & poetry. 


In Development

AURASH is an English adaptation of this ancient Persian folktale, blending our signature folk music with poetic text. 

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