What happens when the familiar becomes strange? When places that were once home no longer feel safe?
Fly with us to Antigua and experience the island like never before...
For the first time ever, Jamaica Kincaid’s searing story about Western colonial exploitation is adapted for the stage, starring Cherrelle Skeete and Nicola Alexis.
A horror story that’s also a love letter to the Caribbean island of Antigua
Stage adaptation of Jamaica Kincaid’s devastating takedown of colonialism in the Caribbean
Tourists get a rude awakening in this stinging indictment of colonialism
Some brilliantly poetic, charged imagery
A Small Place offers no solution, as there is none; nor does it ask for retribution, because nothing of equal weight exists. It only seeks to re-engrave minds that have the option to forget.
Anger is the only correct response to inequality and injustice. I want more anger but I also want there to be a point where artists of colour don’t have to be angry anymore and don’t have to make work continually leading white audiences through the injustices heaped upon them