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Details"This woman spat at me the other day. I could taste the saliva on me own tongue. And I don't blame her, not for one minute I don't. Because if someone beat my child half to death, I'd want to do the same."
As a BNP rally gathers momentum on the streets outside, four women meet to play bridge. Struggling to find common ground, they talk about the men they married, their gifted and delinquent children and what their own heritage means. But beliefs and loyalties are tested to the limit when Stephie's fourteen year old son, Jack, is implicated in a brutal racist attack that leaves an eleven year old Pakistani boy close to death. A raw, uncompromising drama about bigotry and racism that explores the insidious rise of the British National Party. World Premiere.Performers Denise Black, Amita Dhiri, Angela Lonsdale, Sarah Smart.
Author Louise Monaghan. Presented by The Papatango New Writing Competition. Presented by Neil McPherson (for the Finborough Theatre). Director Louise Hill. Design Olivia Altaras. Lighting Neill Brinkworth. Costume Sarah Vigar. Music Craig Adams.
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