Literary translator Rosalind Harvey presents an interactive journey for the curious and adventurous – a game that explores the ways translation and languages connect people and cultures all around the world. Take part in a treasure hunt that traverses languages to uncover the secret links that bind us all together. There’ll be foreign clues, hidden things to find, messages to decode and a big surprise for everyone at the end. The game will last a maximum of one hour. No knowledge of foreign languages is necessary.
Originally developed with David Finnigan, representing Coney.
This event is part of the University of London's hub programme, 'Ministry of hope and fear', for the Being Human festival.
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