A 'HIGHLY acclaimed' production will be making its debut in Oxford tonight - for one night only.

Where to Belong, is an autobiographical story of artist and performer Victor Esses, a Jewish-Lebanese gay man from Brazil.

Mr Esses will tell his own story and explore his own 'complex world of identities'.

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The tale will also recount his first visit to Lebanon.

Mr Esses said: "After such an isolated time, it feels very pressing to present a piece which is all about connection and understanding."

The play will be at the Oxford Playhouse on September 7 for one night only.

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Tickets are available from the theatre box office at www.oxfordplayhouse.com