The Zal team will also deliver workshops for schools with their partners BIPS (British Institute for Persian Studies), CSPS (Cambridge Shanameh Centre for Persian Studies), Shiva Nova/Women of the World/Equator Festival/DAN (Diversity Arts Network), and the project will help to build a positive and immersive experience of Persian culture for those with little exposure to the culture and traditions of the Middle East.

We are looking for a producer or an organisation to partner with us further to develop the project to its premiere and beyond. Please get in touch if you want to learn more about the project and discuss it further.

A memorable evening for the "Zal and the Phoenix" showcase in Rudolf Steiner House London

A memorable evening for the “Zal and the Phoenix” showcase in Rudolf Steiner House London.

Our event aimed to raise awareness, support and taste this multi-media theatrical work on which I have been working since 2017.

It was great to see such support from so many highly educated and enthusiastic audiences.

Thank you to “The British Institute of Persian Studies ”
Cambridge Shahnameh Centre and
PRS women make music for their funding and support of the evening.
Thank you to Bagri Foundation for generous donation on animation work, also Marchus Trust – Doylycarte and Shiva Nova -Equator Festival Music – Bonyad Tus iran.

And a heartfelt thanks to our team for their hard work to believe and trust in this ambitious project for children.
April Fredrick, Ulysses Arts, James Ross, Julia Mintzer, Mohammad Jaberi, Meysam Mousavi, Faridoddin and Sadegh Molaei.

Zal and Phoenix project showcase

Our showcase is now scheduled for the 4th March 2022 due to COVID-19.

Zal and Phoenix webinar

We are very pleased to announce that our partner British Institute of Persian Studies is organizing a webinar on Thursday 20th January 2022 to speak about the Zal project.

To book your place please register via the BIPS website here