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This year Gazebo revisits one of its most powerful plays - an exploration of racism and migration - in response to events taking place across the UK and internationally.

Two strangers find themselves in a room of suitcases, books and stories which take them on a journey of discovery, reflection and tragedy, and bring the events of hundreds of years gone before bang up to date.

Featuring, amongst others, Mary Seacole, Walter Tull, Black Panther - Obi Egbuna, Queen Nanny of the Maroons and William, who sailed aboard the SS Empire Windrush, this play is eye opening, thought provoking and set to stimulate discussion.

Tickets £15 Concession £12


  • Wed 17 May 7:30 PM £15.00

Book Tickets

  • Wed 17 May 7:30 PM

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