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Two events in Cambridge will raise money for humanitarian relief in Ukraine.

A dramatic reading of a verbatim play drawn from 100 interviews with Ukrainians in 2014 will be performed by University of Cambridge students and directed by Patrick Morris, of the Menagerie Theatre Company, at Robinson College auditorium on Thursday (March 17), from 7-9pm.

Dr Rory Finnin, associate professor of Ukrainian Studies at Cambridge University. Picture: Mykyta Zavilinskyi
Dr Rory Finnin, associate professor of Ukrainian Studies at Cambridge University. Picture: Mykyta Zavilinskyi

It was written by former students and will be performed by current students of Dr Rory Finnin, associate professor of Ukrainian studies at the University of Cambridge.

Tickets are available at https://bit.ly/3CKDEdU.

Then on Wednesday, March 23, from 6.45pm, Dr Finnin will introduce a screening at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse of The Earth is Blue as an Orange, which will also feature a Q&A afterwards, to raise humanitarian relief funds.

Iryna Tsilyk’s film follows single mother Anna and her four children as they document their lives under siege in Donbas, Ukraine.

The full ticket price will go to WithUkraine.org, an online global platform vetted by Cambridge Ukrainian Studies and built by the Embassy of Ukraine in the UK to provide urgent humanitarian relief to families on the ground in Ukraine.

Book at https://bit.ly/3tYoAWa.

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