Mahad Ali's new play following two refugees who face persecution from the residents of a British seaside town.
Refugee brothers Aman and Hassan are sent to live in a small British seaside town. In desperate need of business, the local hotelier agrees to house the brothers, but in doing so, faces the community's backlash. When the hotelier's son Aidan takes Aman under his wing, they soon learn the comfort of the hotel is no match for the outside world.
Mahad Ali's drama explores themes of politics, immigration, religion, and sexuality
"Highly relevant and topical, the narrative delivers an achingly accurate picture of the dichotomy of a run-down British town; beloved by artists and home to a Turner gallery that is irrelevant, and peripheral to locals who live in hardship and deprivation. "