Jasmine Naziha Jones’s debut play exploring cultural identity, generational trauma and a father-daughter relationship amidst global conflict.
As the Gulf War rages thousands of miles away, 8 year old Darlee cries behind the wheely book case in Miss Stratford’s classroom when she realises she’s Iraqi.
She finds it impossible to process the trauma of her family's country at war, but she'll be haunted by the memories of it later in life when the spirits of her past come back to haunt her ...
'Baghdaddy' is a coming-of-age story told through clowning and memory, and marks the Royal Court debut of Jasmine Naziha Jones.
Royal Court Associate Milli Bhatia ('seven methods of killing kylie jenner') directs.
A spirit-lifting musical adaptation of the hit film of the same name produced by Whoopi Goldberg.
Chichester Festival Theatre’s critically acclaimed production transfers to Sadler's Wells.