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A social comedy set in the former British colony of Penang, Malaysia, where two young Englishmen are arrested for smuggling heroin and face the death penalty. In an attempt to rescue them, their relatives travel to Penang, their fares made by the newspaper to which they've sold their story. As their efforts seem to be futile, English-folk abroad reveal their ignorance and prejudice. Based on a true story, Amongst Barbarians was first performed at the Royal Exchange Manchester before transferring to Hampstead in April 1989, with a cast including Kathy Burke]. 50th Anniversary ReadingAuthor Michael Wall. Producer Hampstead Theatre. Director Kathy Burke.
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