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By Sohaya Visions and Mukul & Ghetto Tigers

Drama based on real-life experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic, care and racial discrimination, in collaboration with the Consortium of Practices of Wellbeing and Resilience in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Families and Communities (Co-POWeR)

R&D performances at Brady Arts Theatre and Birkbeck Arts Week, London, May 23 and 24, 2022.

Presentation at Co-POWeR Policy launch in Portcullis House, Westminster, June 15, 2022.

Online and hybrid film and live presentation at SOAS South Asian Heritage Month Festival, July 16 and 17, 2022

Review by Anisha Debbarman

Review by Grant Foxon

Review by Aakash Wankhede

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Rez Kabir - Ibn Khaldun, Dr Panesar

Maria Austin - Edie

Aishah Afzal - Aysha, Nurse Tina

Eleanor Fanyinka - Bibi, Aaliyah 

Diljohn Sidhu- Reg, Bilal

Raminder Kaur - Writer
Mukul Ahmed - Director
Paul Micah - Lighting Design
Constance Villemot - Production Design
Karen Boswall - Music & Sound Design
Edgar Lushaju - Graphic Design
​Alda Terracciano - Dramaturg

Colbert Newsome - Stage Manager
Karen Boswall - Filmmaker, Editor & Photography
Tania Hoser, Sanjana Bejada & Sidónio Givandás - Videography

Poppy Bennett, Aakash Wankhede & Karen Boswall - Publicity

‘Interesting to see how the interaction between BAME carer and white service user on stage was handled with consideration - my favourite part of the show’

Brady Theatre R&D Performance Audience Member

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