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5 cutting-edge new plays explore what it means to call Britain ‘home’ in 2020

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Tue 5 May - Sat 9 May, 4pm & 7.30pm


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From the unique perspective of female writers with a South Asian background Tuesday 5th May - When the Fire’s Gone Out by Naylah Ahmed, Director Helena Bell Two mothers and two dead sons, disparate, yet inextricably connected. When the Fire’s Gone Out examines the impact of terrorism abroad and its legacy at home. Wednesday 6th May - King Troll by Sonali Bhattacharyya How do we overcome structural racism and misogyny without becoming the monster ourselves? King Troll looks at internet trolling and UK far right politics. Thursday 7th May - Stateless by Alia Bano, Director Tessa Walker Following the Shamima Begum case, Stateless asks – What is a citizen? How do we determine who belongs and who doesn’t? Who has a right to call the UK ‘home’? Friday 8th May - The Day I Found the Atman by Sarah Isaac The Day I Found the Atman examines masculinity and conflict within two differing British Asian communities. A modern day tale of love, grief and acceptance. Saturday 9th May - Empire of the Mind by Satinder Chohan Empire of the Mind conjures a 19th century colonial island past and its fallout in a 21st Century psychotic British present. Bonus Event Saturday 9th May 4pm - The Sweet Flood by Maeve Scullion, Director Helena Bell Loneliness and finding love in unexpected places. An environmentalist maps out new territory with her new lover.