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My Brother's Keeper

My Brother's Keeper (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0426575439. Details of all My Brother's Keeper archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0903274896

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14 Feb 23
4 Mar 23
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


My Brother's Keeper archiveTwo refugee brothers. A small British town hostile to immigration. My Brother's Keeper charts a story of love, pain and learning in building community. Refugee brothers Aman and Hassan are dispersed to live in a British seaside town. In desperate need of business, hotelier Bill Bradley and his son Aidan agree to house them but face animosity from their community for doing so. As Aidan takes Aman under his wing and they draw ever closer, they soon learn the utopia they create for themselves in the hotel is no match for the real world and must confront the hostile climate they live in. My Brother's Keeper explores the politics of immigration, religion and sexuality as a small British town tries to find its place at a time of great change in the world.


Tapiwa Mugweni (Aman), Tito Williams (Hassan), Oscar Adams (Aidan Bradley), Phillip Wright (Bill Bradley), Peter Eastland (Linton Hughes)


Author: Madad Ali
Presented by(s): Relentless Productions, Theatre503
Director(s): Rob Awosusi, Bethan Clark (fight), Robin Hellier (fight)
Producer: Layla Madanat
Design: Amanda Ramasawmy
Lighting: Kieron Johnson
Sound: Esther Kehinde Ajayi
Other: Emily Dickson (production manager)
Stage Manager(s): Aiman Bandali, Emily Compton (assistant stage manager on placement)


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