Why would a retired teacher take a young Muslim man hostage in her living room?
In this timely political thriller from Naylah Ahmed (winner of the Bruntwood prize for playwriting), an innocent encounter soon develops into a dangerous game of hide and seek with the truth.
Regret and loss collide with fear and paranoia in this powerful new play for our times. When reality is distorted by ‘alternative facts’, is the enemy concealed – or to be found closer to home?
Kali Theatre has been presenting groundbreaking new plays by South Asian women for over 20 years. New Artistic Director Helena Bell directs this sharp, thought-provoking drama, arriving in London as part of a UK tour.
|Opening performance (11 April)||£12|
Tickets are £10 or less with Arcola Passport.
Monday - Saturday at 8pm.
Saturday matinees at 3.30pm.
No performances Sunday.
Contains strong language and scenes of a disturbing nature. If you would like any further information, please contact the box office on 0207 503 1646 (Monday – Saturday 12.30pm – 6pm).
Preview pricing: 11 April
Press night: 12 April
Supporters' social: 24 April
Running time: 125 minutes approximately (including interval).