Bhatti's thought-provoking play about race and relationships in multicultural Britain.
Set in modern day Britain, Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti's new play questions the extent to which society is inclusive of people from diverse backgrounds. Directed by Michael Buffong (Educating Rita, Moon on a Rainbow Shawl).
This is the Royal Court at its best, giving us an uncompromisingly honest account of multicultural modern Britain...What is especially heartening is Bhatti’s ability to convey the complexity of all her characters.'
Button-pushing new drama about race and class...the performances in Michael Buffong’s production mostly imbue the play with a natural, relatable air, even if some dialogue feels pretty on the nose.'
Makes you scrutinise your prejudices and laugh out loud...All this would make for a pretty bleak evening if the performances weren’t so shiningly good, and Bhatti’s writing so sharp and witty.'