This play by Cameroonian playwright and activist Lydia Besong explores themes of power, political corruption and the absurdities of censorship.
Lydia and her husband Bernard Batey are fighting a campaign to stay in Britain. The play is supported by the Rapar refugee rights organisation and by Community Arts Northwest.
Performances are at Bury Met on 20 April, Manchester’s Zion Arts Centre on 28 April and the Holy Innocent’s Church in Fallowfield on 5 May.
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