11 March 2015 – 11 April 2015

by Mustapha Matura

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“A superb revival of Mustapha Matura's 1974 darkly funny exploration of Trinidad...  It sweeps you up and leaves you breathless.”Time Out

“Paulette Randall’s beautifully observed production... a richly informative play that raises big questions about the nature of liberation, and is also hilariously precise about the shifting balance of power.” Guardian

"This theatre-in-the-round’s artistic rejuvenation under Paul Miller continues with this rare and rewarding revival of a blackly comical play by the London-based Trinidadian playwright Mustapha Matura."The Times

"Paulette Randall’s production: vivid, emphatic and humorous" Observer

“exuberant, funny and often charming.” The Arts Desk

"vigorous, comical and profoundly insightful. Matura’s canny writing expounds the realities of imperialism with wit and humanity."Afridiziak

“an absolutely top-notch revival by Paulette Randall at the Orange Tree as the latest gem in Paul Miller’s hugely successful first season...  a thrilling and absorbing evening that’s not to be missed.” Boycotting Trends

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