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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.

 

 



Venue Levy

Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to maintain our programme of arts and entertainment.


Book Tickets

Tickets £15 Concession £12

Running time (approx): 90 minutes, no interval

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