Jarideh is a One to One performance created by Tania El Khoury in 2010. It takes place in a public café and explores surveillance and profiling in “the war on terror.” Jarideh is both a playful and a scary mission performed by both artist and audience. It employs real police’s instructions, spy cinema aesthetics, and resistance fighters’ stories in order to expose how security is defined through fear and difference.

Deeply unsettling, ridiculously exciting and right on the cutting edge of the Fringe.

One of the 10 unmissable shows at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.”  The Times

Jarideh was performed at:
Battersea Arts Centre, London
Forest Fringe, Edinburgh
Arnolfini, Bristol
Shunt, London
Bluecoat, Liverpool
ICA, London
SPILL, Ipswich
Scala, Bangkok